Michael Jackson's Trials

Michael Jackson's Trials


The Ongoing Trials of The Late Michael Jackson

Tuesday, November 01, 2005

Jackson Finally Starts Record

It is reported that Michael Jackson has finally started to record "From The Bottom of My Heart", the charity single for the victims of Katrina.

The recording sessions have taken place in a Los Angeles studio, with Jackson participating via phone and satellite from London.

Raymone Bain, Jackson's spokesperson, is quoted as saying that the song will be renamed; also that the number of artists, originally billed as appearing, has been reduced.

Apparently some weren't needed.

Monday, October 31, 2005

No Thanks

Despite giving Michael Jackson a considerably favourable testimony during his trial, Debbie Rowe has apparently not even received a word of thanks from him for her help.

However, she has now reworked her agreement with him regarding access rights to her two children Prince and Paris.

This agreement is not particularly favourable to her, as it only allows her occasional visits with them; she is not even allowed to tell them that she is their mother.

Poor reward indeed for what she did for Jackson.