The online “60 Minutes Overtime” has uncovered an amazing and poignant self-realization note that Michael Jackson penned in 1979, right before he did indeed dominate the 1980s. Read More
Former child star Wade Robson is blaming repressed memories on why he is now coming forward with molestation claims against the late Michael Jackson.
Details of the alleged abuse are sealed, but accusations of gold-digging are of course coming up--especially from lawyers for the Jackson estate. Read More
A British actor says he is the father of Michael Jackson’s kids, and he’s willing to take a DNA test to prove it. Read More
The defense team in Katherine Jackson’s wrongful death lawsuit against AEG Live is going to have a hard time showing that the pop idol was not a hopeless drug addict, if recently released court docs are to be believed. Read More
Dr. Conrad Murray filed an appeal Monday in a last-ditch attempt to clear his name in the death of Michael Jackson.
CNN reports that Murray’s defense claims that it was actually Jackson’s dermatologist who got him hooked on Demerol, and that the King of Pop was so out of it from withdrawal of the narcotic that he administered his own deadly dose of propofol. Read More
Ever looked at Michael Jackson’s kids and thought, hm, they really don’t look a thing like their dad? Read More
LaToya Jackson has finally found something to do with herself! Yep, she’s running her own talent agency, which makes sense because she has been surrounded by it without actually possessing it herself her whole life.
She has just signed her first three clients, too, and they are Prince, Paris and Blanket, her brother Michael Jackson’s children, who stand to inherit billions. Read More
If you listen to Conrad Murray’s latest plea via voicemail for “help” in jail, you might even start to feel sorry for the man who killed Michael Jackson. Read More
A system that tracks prescription drugs and has assisted in several celebrity death investigations is in jeopardy of ending, prompting California's top law enforcement official to seek new funding.
The state created the nation's first prescription drug monitoring program in 1939 and shifted to a computerized database in 1997. The online system tracks prescriptions written by doctors and filled by pharmacies. Read More
If anyone is going to swoop in and restore Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch to its former glory, it would be Lady Gaga. Read More