Judge to Decide Award in Secret Taping in Michael Jackson Case LOS ANGELES (AP) — Talk about throwing yourself on the mercy of the court. The owner of a charter jet company says he’d like a judge to decide how much he should have to pay Michael Jackson in connection with an incident during the pop star’s arrest on child molestation charges.
Another Day, Another Lawsuit: This one wants $29 million – MiniB#48
JULY 18 2007 – In yet another attempt by someone else to get their hands into Michael Jackson's pockets, another entity has filed a lawsuit against the singer, his mother Katherine, and others claiming they are owed $29.7 million in "unpaid brokerage fees". Yes, you read correctly. HIS MAMA TOO!
In court documents obtained by MJJR.net, Transitional Investors, a private investment company, claims to have had a part in Jackson refinancing a loan, and that they were supposed to get 9% of the entire transaction value.
The problem is that their alleged connection with Jackson was through Don Stabler and Darien Dash of Precient-fame. If the name "Precient" sounds familiar, it should. Dash owns the company, which apparently held themselves out as representatives of Jackson.