Michael Jackson's Trials

Michael Jackson's Trials


The Ongoing Trials of The Late Michael Jackson

Friday, March 03, 2006

Jackson Converting To Islam?

The rumour mill concerning Michael Jackson's possible conversion to Islam has gone into overload, after he pledged to erect a mosque in Bahrain.

Jackson has obtained planning permission to build a 30 metre building outside Manama, on land adjoining the palace of the Bahraini royal family.

Jackson was a Jehovah's Witness, but since his arrival in Bahrain has been regularly seen in shopping malls wearing a Muslim abaya robe, which is traditionally worn by females.

Raymone Bain, Jackson's spokesperson, said:

"Michael is looking to give something back to the country that has welcomed him so openly."

Thursday, March 02, 2006

Has Jackson Left Bahrain For Good?

The media is awash with rumours that Michael Jackson, currently in Europe, has left his temporary Bahrain bolt hole for good.

However, a Bahraini official close to Jackson has denied the reports.

The official said that Jackson had gone on vacation to Europe with his family, and was in touch daily with Sheik Abdullah; allegedly he is coming back to Bahrain in a few days.

Monday, February 27, 2006

Mesereau Denies Split

Tom Mesereau, Michael Jackson's lawyer, has denied reports that he has dropped Jackson because of late payments.

Last week Mesereau withdrew from two impending lawsuits. However, Mesereau insists that he never intended to form a long-term partnership with Jackson. He also states that he remains close friends with Jackson.


"I am very disturbed by the false, erroneous, and self-serving reports about the relationship between Michael Jackson, my law partner, Susan Yu, and me.

For approximately seven months, we assisted Michael Jackson in this effort. We never intended to assume these obligations on a permanent basis.

We are still in communications with Michael Jackson, and his assistants, and remain close friends. People should leave Mr Jackson and his family alone