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The Screamer From Thriller Gets Her Chunk Of The Michael Jackson Estate

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The pretty lady from Michael Jackson’s Thriller music video finally settled her lawsuit with the late pop icon’s estate for a cool $55,000.

The suit was filed waayyyyy back in May of 2009 by actress and Playboy playmate Ola Ray, just months before Michael's ill-fated death.

Ola claimed to still be owed a small fortune in royalties from the 1983 spooky video as promised in her contract.

Even post-mortem, everyone still wants a piece of the King of Pop!!

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4 comments to “The Screamer From Thriller Gets Her Chunk Of The Michael Jackson Estate”

  1. 1

    just as Alfred replied I cannot believe that some people can get paid $6544 in 4 weeks on the internet. did you look at this web page

  2. 2

    She doesn"t want a piece of the *cough* King *cough* of pop. She just wants what is due to her as stated in her contract. How hard is this to understand.

  3. IrishLass says – reply to this


    This claim is legit, unlike many of the crazy claims by some others who were demanding millions. It is in her contract - She had spoken to Michael not long before he passed, and he was shocked she had not been paid and apologised.

  4. corlista says – reply to this


    Re: IrishLass – Thank you, Irish Lass, for setting the record straight. I'd read the same thing. Some ppl jump at every opportunity to be negative about MJ. There were so many involved in his financial affairs, there was no way he wld know who had been properly compensated and who wasn't.