Michael Jackson's Trials

Michael Jackson's Trials


The Ongoing Trials of The Late Michael Jackson

Thursday, August 31, 2006

Fat Butt

Janet Jackson has revealed that her bad body image stems from comments made by her brother, Michael, when she was younger.

Janet claims that Michael had often called her names, eg "fat butt".

"I was always made to feel I was a fat kid by Michael.

He'd call me brutal names. It really affected me, even as an adult

Janet Jackson went on to say that she realises that his behaviour stemmed from his own issues with his body.

A cynic might argue that this recent personal "revelation" may have something to do with generating publicity for her forthcoming album, due to be released in September.

Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Documents Unsealed

It is announced that 17 previously sealed documents, from Michael Jackson's child molestation trial last year, have been made public.

The documents are available at the Santa Barbara Superior Courts website:


The documents relate to the motions filed by attorneys in the case in December 2004 and January 2005.

Darrel Parker, assistant trial courts executive officer, indicated that documents are being released as they are sorted through.

Michael Jackson Turns 48

Michael Jackson celebrated his 48th birthday yesterday in Europe.

During the day, his children held a surprise birthday party for him which included a puppet show.

Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Neverland Fire Under Investigation

The fire that destroyed over 40 acres of Michael Jackson's Neverland ranch on Friday, has been brought under control. However, the authorities are querying the cause of the blaze and have launched an investigation into the fire.

Jackson was not in residence when the fire started.

The fire did not reach the main residence Friday, it came within a quarter-mile of the amusement structures.

None of the animals housed in Neverland were harmed.

The Santa Barbara County Fire Department has not said whether Jackson will be billed for the cost of fighting the fire.

A bill that Jackson could well do without.