LeGrand Testimony Raises Qs about Ex-Associates’ Intentions MB #288
NOVEMBER 29 2005 — In light of the most recent attempts of ex-associates to get into Michael Jacksons pockets again .MJEOL wanted to take a look back at court testimony from attorney David LeGrand.
Two clients of attorney Howard King are suing Jackson: Dieter Wiesner and Marc Schaffel. Wiesner (or Weizner as it appears in court records) is currently suing Jackson for $64 million dollars. No one ever sues Jackson for a reasonable amount of money. It seems that everyone always wants to sue him for a gazillion billion dollars. But I digress.
Schaffel is suing Jackson as well. But Jackson is countersuing him for fraud, for concealing, commingling, and misappropriating funds. Schaffels also being sued for charging expenses for matters unrelated to the agreement between Jackson and him, for keeping false books of account, and for keeping $250,000 worth of paintings and statues that were to be delivered to Jackson.