Michael Jackson’s father, Joe Jackson, just won’t stop pursuing claims involving his late son’s estate, even though judges keep telling him to . . . [wait for it] . . . Beat It!
Joe Jackson’s efforts to have the administrators of the King of Pop’s estate removed in court have failed. Here’s our last article discussing his failed attempts. The probate judge ruled he didn’t have legal “standing” (meaning the right to bring the claim in court) to fight against the executors because he was not a beneficiary. In other words, because he wouldn’t inherit anything, it wasn’t his right to complain about what the executors were doing.
Joe Jackson Files Lawsuit Video
So, of course, Joe appealed. The Court of Appeals has recently upheld the ruling of the probate judge and agreed that Joe had no claim. So, he’s most likely out of luck with that claim.
But, wait, he has more! Or does he? Joe had filed a claim seeking $500 million dollars against Dr. Conrad Murray, AEG, Read more...
When Joe Jackson sued for the death of his son Michael Jackson, Katherine Jackson initially said she wanted nothing to do with it. Now Michael’s mother, who is also the guardian of his children, has started her own lawsuit against the concert promotion company that, she claims, pushed Michael to his death.
Katherine Jackson’s lawsuit blames AEG for the King of Pop’s death and seeks damages on behalf of Katherine and Michael’s children. You can download and read the lawsuit here courtesy of TMZ.com.
Katherine Jackson lawsuit
Among other reasons, it accuses AEG of negligently hiring, failing to supervise and controlling Dr. Conrad Murray, the doctor who has been criminally charged for causing the death by using Propofol (and other drugs) to help Michael sleep, when it was not medically appropriate.
Interestingly, the lawsuit does not name Dr. Murray as a defendant. Rather, it targets AEG and various officers and employees with the company.
In the lawsuit, Katherine alleges that AEG and the other defendants interfered with the doctor-patient relationship Read more...