Late King of Pop stays Winning

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(Last Updated On: March 30, 2017)

Late King of Pop Michael Jackson is still winning battles 8 years later after his death. His latest win came yesterday as Los Angeles Judge ruled in his favor in a property case that was brought in court.

The plaintiffs wanted to get a piece of a multi-billion dollar deal that they claimed had been agreed on when Michael Jackson was still alive. Three of the 4 plaintiffs claimed that the deal was agreed on 1st June 2009 when the King of Pop was still alive in a hotel room in Tokyo.

As reported by MJ’s former publicist Raymone Bain and former Boyz II Men manager Quadree el-Amin are two of plaintiffs in the case. They claim that Michael wanted to award them for their loyalty to him at that time when the music biz was not working for him.

Michael Jackson performing onstage at his first solo concert in Kansas City, Missouri in 1998. Photo by Frank Micelotta/ImageDirect

There was a problem in that there was no written agreement presented by the plaintiffs and the Judge ruled that their claim lacked credibilty. Their claim was also filed in 2014 which according to the Judge was too late.

Lawyer for the MJ Estate Howard Weitzman told TMZ that this case was outrageous and the plaintiffs got what they wanted which was nothing. The case was termed frivolous by Weitzman.

It seems the King of Pop is still winning even if he has been taken from us!

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