[b]Jackson to record song in Bahrain[/b] By TARIQ KHONJI MANAMA: Pop star Michael Jackson is to record his song to raise money for the victims of Hurricane Katrina in Bahrain and the US. The project, From the Gulf to the Gulf, is an initiative of 2 Seas Records, a joint Continue Reading
Jackson juror sues to get out of book deal By Quintin Cushner/Senior Staff Writer A Michael Jackson juror who last month announced a book deal and said he believed the pop star was guilty of child molestation has filed a lawsuit to break his publishing contract.
Santa Maria Times
Ray Hultman and his wife, Darlene Hultman, filed the lawsuit in Superior Court in Santa Maria on Wednesday, claiming they were novices suckered into signing a book pact with publisher Larry Garrison, owner of the Lake Sherwood-based SilverCreek Entertainment. “Plaintiff’s reliance on Garrison’s representations was justified in light of their aforementioned simplicity, naiveté, overly trusting natures, lack of sophistication and inexperience, and Garrison’s motivational skills and ability to ‘sell’ and promote himself and/or his business ventures,” according to the suit. Hultman, 62, of Santa Maria wants out of his contract and is seeking unspecified damages for mental and emotional stress. Also named in the suit is Hultman’s agent, Bill Gladstone of Cardiff by the Sea, and Los Angeles author Stacy Brown. No court date has yet been scheduled for the lawsuit.