At least $1 million in property associated with or owned by the late King of Pop, Michael Jackson, is now at the center of a new lawsuit.
Around TMZclaims the estate was stolen by Jeffrey Phillips, who was allegedly engaged to one of Jackson’s brothers.
According to the estate, Phillips took some items from Jackson’s home in Carolwood for at least $500,000. Phillips also said, “Computers, cassette tapes, photo albums with MJ on the cover, black bags with skulls, framed record awards, Michael Jackson dolls.” Did we track it down? The successful block in August was due to a recent attempted sales transaction.
Hopefully, this legal battle will not affect the estate’s other efforts to celebrate its upcoming 40th anniversary. thriller Album of the month.As previously reported by root child, Sony and the MJ Estate have announced the upcoming release of an untitled documentary set centered around an influential body of work.
The film, now produced and directed by Nelson George, presents “never-before-seen footage and candid interviews” and features “a record-breaking album production and a groundbreaking short story that redefines it.” It will take fans back in time to the release of the film,” according to the official press release, which has captivated audiences around the world with its music video format. It also centers on key points in Jackson’s career that catapulted him to megastardom and created a pop culture phenomenon.
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