[b]LA judge says London woman can’t intervene in Jackson custody[/b] Feb 21 2007 Associated Press LOS ANGELES – A London woman who claims she is the real mother of Michael Jackson’s three children cannot intervene in the pop star’s custody settlement with his ex-wife, a judge ruled Wednesday. Nona Paris Lola Jackson, 36, filed a motion in October demanding a role in the custody settlement between the singer and Deborah Rowe. Superior Court Judge Robert Schnider denied the motion in November and again on Wednesday, saying she had failed to properly notify Jackson and Rowe of her claims.
[b]MICHAEL JACKSON TAKES KIDS TO MAGIC FINALE[/b] Michael Jackson can’t get enough magic. Jackson, accompanied by his children and two bodyguards, slipped into the World Magic Seminar Show today at the Orleans Showroom. It was the final day for the seminar which featured a two-hour show and awards ceremony.