Michael Jackson’s estate seeks return of $1 million fortune allegedly stolen from singer’s home
- A TMZ article on Tuesday claimed the property of the deceased pop superstar was illegally owned by Jeffrey Phillips.
- Phillips, 55, was previously engaged to Michael’s sister La Toya Jackson, 66.
- The Beat It singer’s estate recently blocked a possible sale of the item, searching for an allegedly stolen property with an estimated value of $1 million.
- Jackson died on June 25, 2009, at the age of 50, from an overdose of the anesthetic propofol administered by his doctor, Conrad Murray, who was convicted of manslaughter in 2011.
Michael Jackson’s estate has filed legal documents to recover a $1 million dollar fortune allegedly stolen from the singer’s home after he died in 2009.
Phillips, 55, was previously engaged to Michael’s sister A Toyah Jackson, 66 years old.
Property matters: Michael Jackson’s estate has filed legal documents to recover $1 million in property allegedly stolen from the singer’s home after his death in 2009 (Berlin, November 11, 2002). month).
In court documents, the estate alleges that Phillips used the grief and confusion surrounding the singer’s death in 2009 to take private property from Jackson’s home on Carolwood Drive in the upmarket Holmby Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles. I’m here.
Beat It singer’s mansion Recently blocked a potential sale of an item They are looking for allegedly stolen property, valued at an estimated $1 million.
The property claims that the allegedly stolen items include hard drives, laptops, iPods, and CDs and DVDs believed to contain footage of undisclosed performances and unreleased concerts. .
The Thriller singer’s fortune also includes pieces of Jackson’s handwritten notes and lyrics, a computer, cassette tapes, a photo album with Jackson on the cover, a black bag with a skull on it, a framed award, and a Michael Jackson print. He claims to have taken the doll with him.
Pop superstar: Michael, born in September 1987, died in June 2009 at the age of 50
The property claimed to know where the items were and asked the judge to help retrieve them.
Phillips has denied any wrongdoing.
Jackson died on June 25, 2009, at the age of 50, from an overdose of the anesthetic propofol administered by his doctor, Conrad Murray, who was convicted of manslaughter in 2011.
Carolwood House: Items from Jackson’s last home on North Carolwood Drive are on display in December 2011 ahead of the auction
The singer is survived by his siblings, parents Joe and Catherine, and his children Michael Joseph Jackson Jr., Paris and Prince Michael Jackson II.
Jackson was preparing for a comeback concert for his This Is It series at the time of his death.
He moved to Los Angeles to rehearse a few weeks before the concerts scheduled from July 13, 2009 to March 6, 2010.
Three Children: The singer is survived by his siblings, parents Joe and Catherine, and his three children Michael Joseph Jackson Jr., Prince Michael Jackson II, which was released last month in Paris, France.