Michael Jackson passed away on June 25, 2009 from cardiac arrest. Hollywood has come out in force to support Michael Jackson family during this time of grief. Michael Jackson's global fan base is also expressing their sadness at the passing of King of Pop
It’s no secret that he’s been having financial problems for quite some time. And now Michael Jackson is set to appear in a British court next week to testify in a lawsuit filed by Sheikh Abdullah bin Hamad al-Khalifa.
According to the court documents, the Bahraini prince is owed $7 million in an unpaid loan. In addition, Jackson also reneged on a contract to record a new album and write an autobiography.
He’s probably one of the most reclusive celebrities, but Michael Jackson is giving the public a glimpse into his tumultuous life. The December issue of Ebony magazine will feature Jacko’s first cover story in over a decade.
His music has taken a backseat to the drama of his personal life, and Jackson hopes to put an end to that. Anymore, he says, he’s “just about wanting to do wonderful music. I'm writing a lot of stuff right now. I'm in the studio, like, every day."
No one has been the butt of more jokes by everyone from standup comics to fifth graders than Michael Jackson. But the self-proclaimed King of Pop is trying to change all of that… by getting married again.
There are rumors that Jacko is already married to his children’s nanny Grace Rwaramba. And while there is confirmation that he WANTS to marry her, his reps are saying it hasn’t happened yet.
It seems like Michael Jackson should start renting a room at the courthouse to live in. It would save him on gas. The self-proclaimed King of Pop has settled yet another legal battle, and it looks like a favorable outcome for all.
The $48 million suit was brought against Jackson by Prescient Acquisition, a New Jersey firm. Darien Dash, the owner of the company, helped Jackson refinance a $272 million bank loan and secure $573 million in financing to buy Beatles rights from Sony.