Lawyer: Jackson will testify in person

Michael Jackson will travel to London to testify in a lawsuit which has been brought against him by a Bahrain Sheik, reports Reuters.

The popstar’s lawyer argued earlier this week that Jackson was unwell and should not travel. However, the High Court in London heard today that he is now preparing to fly in to the capital from the US. He is expected to take the witness stand on Monday.

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Neverland Deed Transferred to Jackson-Colony Corporation

A new joint corporation owned by Michael Jackson and Colony Capital LLC now holds the grant deed to Neverland Ranch, according to sources who spoke to the Associated Press (AP).  

 

Sycamore Valley Ranch Co. filed with the state in June.

From the AP report:

Sources close to the transaction tell Action News Sycamore Valley Ranch Company is a "joint venture" between the King of Pop and Los Angeles based Colony Capital. That source also says Jackson and Colony Capital will continue business projects together.

Jackson hasn’t lived at Neverland Ranch since being acquitted on false allegations of molestation in 2005.

 

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Thriller Back at #1 on Pop Catalog Chart

NEW YORK, Nov 07, 2008 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — Coast-To-Coast Zombie Dance Tributes & Halloween Sales Frenzy Drive 25th Anniversary Edition of Thriller To #1 On The Billboard Catalog Albums Chart & #1 On iTunes
Michael Jackson’s Thriller, the world’s top-selling album of all time, is back at the top of the charts this week following a Halloween-inspired surge in sales and coast-to-coast zombie dance tributes to the album.
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Janet Cancels More Tour Dates

Janet Jackson is having a hard time due to "poor health issues" and scheduling conflicts. The superstar has canceled the next tour dates for her "Rock Witchu" tour.  This comes after LL Cool J pulled out of the tour also citing "scheduling conflicts".

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The seven cities affected are Montreal (Canada), Boston, Philadelphia, Greensboro, Ft. Lauderdale, Uncasville and Syracuse.  Any tickets purchased for the shows will be automatically refunded.

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