Someday, the estate of Michael Jackson might no longer make news. Today is not that day. Vanity Fair has recently published some excerpts from an upcoming new biography of Jackson that reveals troubling allegations about the behavior of his family members concerning his estate. The allegations are serious, but with everything else that has gone on concerning his estate, they are not surprising.
It is alleged that Jackson’s family stole cash from his house in the hours after his death. Specifically, his sister La Toya and her boyfriend are alleged to have entered the house and taken the large bags of cash that Jackson kept hidden throughout the house. His mother is alleged to have attempted to do the same thing a few hours later. Furthermore, his sister Janet is alleged to have arrived at the house with a moving van to take property out.
It is never a good idea to go to a deceased relative’s house with the intent to take property from the estate. The Jacksons are just alleged to have done these things, but if the allegations are true, the estate will need to attempt to recover the property for the rightful heirs. Common sense and simple decency goes along way. Please use them.
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