Michael Jackson's Trials

Michael Jackson's Trials


The Ongoing Trials of The Late Michael Jackson

Thursday, October 11, 2007

Jackson Has Lupus

Following on from recent reports that Michael Jackson's nanny, Grace Rwaramba, has lupus. Fox reports that this story is utter fantasy, and that it is Jackson himself that has the disease.

I wonder what new twist will be added to this story in the coming days?

Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Jackson Writes To Fans

Michael Jackson has written a letter to his European fanclub, in which some claim he hints that he might be releasing an album.


"Soon, I will be sharing exciting and surprising news with you from my other efforts."

The full text of the letter can be seen here.

It is interesting to note that one of the comments posted on the forum shows that at least one person is not convinced that Jackson actually wrote the letter.

Tuesday, October 09, 2007

Spin and Counter Spin

The recent story that Michael Jackson had married his childrens' nanny, Grace Rwaramba, was vehemently disputed at the time by Jackson's spokesperson Raymone Bain.

However, as with many Jackson related stories, this has cropped up again with a new twist.

It is now reported in the New York Daily News that Grace Rwaramba is ill with lupus, and has been left to fight the disease on her own without any effective support (eg offers of help, or enquiries as to her health) from Jackson.

Rayomne Bain has been quick to deny this story as well, calling it an "hilarious rumour".


"I can guarantee she is not very ill. I've spoken to her in the last two hours."

The National Enquirer reported that the marriage story was a PR stunt designed to shore up Jackson's image as a stable family man.

In a further twist, The New York Daily News reported that Jackson's lawyers had in fact made inquiries into Rwaramba's ability to get married (she remains legally married to her first husband, Stacey Adair).

As with all matters related to Jackson, nothing is ever quite as straightforward as it first appears.

Monday, October 08, 2007

Jackson on The X-Factor

ITV and Simon Cowell have signed up Michael Jackson to appear on the British version of X-Factor. On the assumption that all goes to plan, Jackson's first appearance will be in early December. He will be a mentor to the show's contestants.

An anonymous source is quoted in the UK newspaper, The Sun, saying:

"We've got some huge names but Michael Jackson really is a sensational signing. He is a truly global, worldwide superstar. And this will be his first TV appearance in Britain since the Martin Bashir interview. Given his background with ITV, it's even more astonishing that he agreed to do it."

The question is, will this really happen?