Dr. Conrad Murray will testify in the Michael Jackson wrongful death lawsuit filed by Katherine Jackson, who is looking to collect damages from AEG.
Michael’s mother wants Murray to testify about comments he made in his documentary, in which Murray said AEG honchos told him MJ was on “death skid row.”
AEG, Murray claimed, boasted in 2009 that it owned “the toilet paper he wipes his ass with” and “the f**kin’ popsicles that his children are sucking on.”
Referring to his ill-fated This Is It concert dates, the promoter allegedly told Murray, Jackson’s physician, “if he doesn’t getMore >
Dr. Conrad Murray is writing a tell-all book. Hey, he has to pass the time wasting away in jail somehow. The number of publishers who care is not high, however.
“Dr. Murray spends most of his days writing what he [says] is a tell-all book about what really happened in the final days of Michael Jackson’s life,” a source to him says.
“Murray believes that the public will want to hear about the time he spent with Michael … he says that Michael confided his inner-most secrets about his true feelings.”
“[MJ talked] about his family, the child molestation trial and his three children. MurrayMore >
T.J. Jackson is now sharing guardianship of Michael Jackson’s three children along with their grandmother Katherine Jackson. This arrangement was already in effect on a temporary basis, but was just made official by a judge in court today.
T.J. will assume many of the day-to-day tasks involved in taking care of the children, including management of household personnel and security.
T.J. has received enormous support from the family to take a guardianship role.
Katherine Jackson herself has praised T.J., as have the children, who have reportedly considered him a father figure for years. NoMore >
Debbie Rowe, the woman who gave birth to two of Michael Jackson’s children, stating she supports the new guardianship situation, with one caveat:
She WILL intervene if things don’t work out.
Rowe filed documents in L.A. County Superior Court saying she has reviewed and signed off on TJ and Katherine Jackson sharing responsibilities.
She’ll be keeping her eye on it, however.
Debbie Rowe warns that “Should the arrangement sought by TJ Jackson and Katherine Jackson become untenable, unstable, unsafe, or become in any way contrary to the [children's best interests], Ms. Rowe will seek courtMore >
Oh, Janet Jackson. We used to really love you as one of our favorite Jackson Family members, but now we’re just not sure what to think. It looks like the “Nasty” singer is doing some damage control here, after her sibling’s plot to overthrow their brother Michael Jackson‘s estate didn’t go as planned. Janet and her sister Rebbie along with her brother Randy believe that Michael’s will is invalid.
Now Janet is speaking up about the whole mess and has even released this statement on her web site. Here’s what it says:
Since the loss of Michael, Janet, Randy, and Rebbie’s principal concern hasMore >
What was intended to be a joke by Justin Bieber has landed the singer in a bit of hot water.
In an interview with Rolling Stone – inside the same issue that contains sex advice from the young star – Bieber is asked about his nationality and responds:
“I’m actually part Indian. I think Inuit or something? I’m enough percent that in Canada, I can get free gas.”
Harmless, right? Not to everyone…
The Congress of Aboriginal Peoples has chimed and the group is unhappy with the implication behind Justin’s words.
“These kinds of remarks are another example of what Aboriginal Peoples in CanadaMore >
It looks like the bizarre Jackson family saga is dying down. Katherine Jackson has been made co-guardian with her grandson, TJ Jackson, of Michael Jackson’s three kids. Katherine told the court she essentially was tricked into making that trip to Arizona by her children. CRAZY!
Yet Katherine has no intention of pressing charges against her kids (Janet Jackson, Jermaine, and Rebbie Jackson). Her attorney told TMZ:
“This chapter of chaos is closed and we are supportive of family unity in spite of recent events and arguably poor decisions.”
I can understand this. Sometimes family peace isMore >