Die Schlammschlacht gegen MJ ging soeben in eine weitere Runde: Über 200 Millionen sollen an angeblich ’20 Missbrauchsopfer’ gezahlt worden sein. Das MJ Estate stellt klar: Es gibt hierzu keinerlei Beweise.
Die haltlosen Vorwürfe stammen vom Tabloid-Reporter Stacy Brown, der nicht das erste Mal mit abenteurlichen Geschichten den Namen MJ in den Dreck zieht. Howard Weitzman hat nun Stellung genommen.
Die Meldung vom MJ Estate im Original:
We have received a number of inquiries from the community regarding the most recent Stacy Brown story. As many of you are aware, the Estate generally prefers not to legitimatize the lies and rumors spread in the media or expand the coverage by other media of those stories. However, the Estate has asked that we share with you the following statement that was issued by Howard Weitzman, attorney for the Estate of Michael Jackson, in a response to a request for comment yesterday:
“We are aware of recent false “reports” regarding Michael Jackson having, among other things, paid over $200 million to 20 “victims.” There is not a shred of evidence to support these ludicrous “reports.” It is unfortunate that, even in death, Michael cannot be free of these types of allegations, but we are confident that the truth will prevail in the end, just as it did in 2005 when a jury fully exonerated him.”
The Estate is steadfast in its defense of Michael in courts and that will not change regardless of what lies and rumors are spread by journalists with their own agendas.
The Official Online Team of The Michael Jackson EstateTM