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Michael Jackson’s Wrongful Death Trial Begins Monday; Fans Warned Crazy Evidence Will Surface!

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With Michael Jackson’s wrongful death trial just on the horizon, it sounds like we can expect a whole new can of worms to be opened.

According to sources, the details we know so far about MJ’s life and personal struggles are just the tip of the iceberg. Once the trial begins, sealed medical documents will come up as evidence and in testimony.

A source revealed that the King of Pop’s medical records had:

“…remained sealed for a very good reason. The contents of the records will stun even the most diehard Michael Jackson fan. Michael’s dependence on prescription drugs for routine cosmetic procedures was astounding. The judge has allowed AEG to present Michael’s medical records to prove their point that he was addicted to drugs, and the lengths he would go to keep it hidden. They had absolutely no knowledge that Dr. Murray would be giving Michael Propofol at his home. If AEG did, they would have terminated talks with Murray immediately, and taken the appropriate action. AEG doesn’t want to present this evidence, but they are being sued by Katherine for $40 BILLION DOLLARS,”

Ruh roh. Attention all Michael Jackson fans: prepare to brace yourselves.

Sounds like things are about to get very heavy.

But we do have to say this–MJ, even in his life, didn’t have the cleanest of records. However, his fan base stayed strong, and despite his personal failings there was no denying his musical gift.

We just hope that when the private medical life of Michael Jackson is brought to the surface, his children and family don’t suffer more because of it.

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12 comments to “Michael Jackson’s Wrongful Death Trial Begins Monday; Fans Warned Crazy Evidence Will Surface!”

  1. 1

    I am a fan of his as he was the greatest dancer in the world, lot of artists tried to copy his moves and couldn't get close. Michael also wrote his own songs and made his own music. Its not fair that the new generation doesn't remember him as a great artists who sold millions world wide in the early 90s but just as a pedophile, which was never proven.
    I think that families of those kids were poor and wanted money, so they decided to make up that Michael Jackson was sexually abusing them, they need a life.

  2. 2

    Re: Anabella Smart – I was a fan too. He was a great dancer, singer, and performer. But he was also a very disturbed individual. All that surgery indicates he was full of self-loathing. I believe he was a pedophile and a drug addict. I believe that he purposely chose poor kids as his victims so he could pay off their parents, and if they did talk, people would think they were just out for money. I don't think AEG is guilty - MJ was seeing Dr. Murray and doing those drugs long before AEG came into the picture. AEG may not give a shit about the health of their clients, but I don't think they are responsible for his death.

  3. mintlavendar says – reply to this


    Actually, the most diehard fan WON'T be shocked, because the most diehard fans actually know about his deeply troubled life. Nothing is shocking. Diehard fans are certainly aware of MJ's upbringing and the deep emotional pain and sadness he lived with starting at a very young age. If anything, diehard fans are the ones who aren't surprised. MJ dedicated his life to the stage because without it, he would be a shell of a human. The world pissed on him and tore his soul away. Poor man. RIP.

  4. 4

    So sad. This woman hasn't found closure in her son's death. Probably because she knows his upbringing was the catalyst.

  5. Maddie Summer says – reply to this


    I'm not shocked, it's just heartbreaking, you know… When you talk about him, it's like he never existed… You thought his fans(including me) had vanished somewhere… We know he's hadn't got clear record, but he hadn't killed anybody, he used drugs, admitted, went for rehabilitation, and people found a diary(and i read some parts) where he said that he's not an addict, he's like washed up or something, but he can't stop it….Kids today(excluding me) doesn't know him real well… They kept judging people without researching, and that IS not real wise for the next generation…

  6. SantaFeJack says – reply to this


    How can anyone hope the revelations won't harm his kids!?! With 40 billion at stake, AEG will crucify MJ with every piece of dirt an unlimited budget can dig up. MJ was a major freak to begin with and now every secret he ever had will be brought out in this trial. It will be a smear campaign without precedent.

  7. SantaFeJack says – reply to this


    Re: Maddie Summer – but don't discount his freeloading siblings who undoubtedly have encouraged Katherine to pursue this case. One way or another they would certainly expect to benefit financially from such a huge amount of money. It has been their modus operandi for decades.

  8. Tiswat says – reply to this


    Jacksons r greedy!

  9. 9

    Re: rosebud99 – you are right about him being a drug addict that's for sure. He probably went through a lot to hide his addiction. The doctor is responsible for his weather but so is Michael, he should have known when too much was too much.
    I think that it's weird that he didn't close the children's area in his house after the first accusation, if he was smart he would have done that. Then he wouldn't have had other accusing him of sexual abuse.

  10. 10

    Does anyone ever wonder if his family hired the doctor to kill Michael so that they can get all the money off him. I think that they should look in to it, as all I see from this family is making money out of Michaels death.

  11. Meg says – reply to this


    I don't care what they 'reveal'. I love Michael and I always have, and I always will. Whatever 'personal failings', he was let down by the greed and spite of others. He was an angel on this earth. Hey, 'journalist'. Don't blame him for what happened; look at your profession, and blame yourself.

  12. Meg says – reply to this


    Re: rosebud99
    Don't even call yourself a fan. If you can say those things about Michael and believe them, our fanbase doesn't want you. Anybody who bothers to look at the facts and motivation behind those court cases knows it's all lies. Anyone who just sits there and goes 'He was a paedo' is just gullible.