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Michael Jackson's eldest son Prince rebelling against Jackson family?

Michael Jackson's eldest son Prince is reportedly keen to leave the family mansion and set-up a home for himself.

According to some family members, Prince, 16, has been keeping late hours and ignoring the requests of his grandmother and guardian, Katherine, reported New York Post.

The youngster has a monthly allowance of USD 66,000.

"He's a renegade kid. No holds barred. He's up and out at all times of the night, and I'm concerned, and I think everyone around the situation has to be worried what could happen to this kid," Post said quoting a family source.

Prince often exits the mansion without security and is regularly spotted by paparazzi with girlfriend and schoolmate Remi Alfalah, 17, a princess from a royal Kuwaiti family, the source claimed.

Prince and siblings Paris and Blanket are heirs to Michael Jackson's fortune, estimated at more than USD 1 billion.

Prince is reportedly also keen to marry his girlfriend Remi just to get away from his relatives. The two first met two years ago at the private Buckley School in Sherman Oaks, California.

"He says he has his own money and he can take care of himself. Someone needs to act fast before this thing becomes more of a nightmare," the family source added.

Jackson went out of his way to keep his children out of media glare even making them wear a mask. But, media focus has increased since his death in 2009.

His daughter Paris, 15, is recovering after a suicide attempt in June this year. The children have also been at the centre of a fight between Jackson's siblings and his estate over the singer's will, which leaves everything to his kids.

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Death Penalty: Missouri to Use Propofol, Which Killed Michael Jackson, As Some Raise Concerns

With execution dates now set for two men on death row in Missouri, the state is on track to be the first to use the drug propofol for the administering of the death penalty. Propofol, a sedative thrust into the spotlight with the death of Michael Jackson, is unchartered territory when it comes to capital punishment and some critics are now raising concerns about whether the drug has been properly vetted and is an appropriate execution method.
"Missouri is about to use a new drug that no other state has used, that has never been used in executions," Richard Dieter, executive director of the Death Penalty Information Center, tells Daily RFT, adding, "You never want to experiment with humans."

One of the subjects of this so-called "experiment" will be Joseph Franklin, a convicted serial killer and white supremacist who famously shot Hustler publisher Larry Flynt, allegedly because he was enraged about the appearance of an interracial couple in the magazine.

As we reported last week, the Missouri Supreme Court has granted the state's motion to set execution dates for two men who have exhausted appeals of their death sentences. Attorney General Chris Koster, who has been pushing for these executions for several years, announced that Franklin will be executed on November 20, 2013, and Allen Nicklasson, another convicted killer on death row, will be executed on October 23, 2013.

via JohnOyston
Koster renewed the call for these dates earlier this summer, arguing that the courts cannot keep delaying due to pending federal litigation -- and noting that the state's limited supply of propofol is set to expire. Further delays, he threatened, could force Missouri to resort to the decades-old method of the gas chamber.

The court's latest action has prompted advocates critical of the death penalty to newly scrutinize the drug Missouri could likely use within just two months.

"Some explanation would be helpful for the public and certainly for the defendants who are about to be executed," says Dieter, who heads the nonprofit death penalty group that raises awareness and tracks capital punishment across the country.

The group, he says, wants to know "whether it's all going to be humane and proper...or whether they are just going ahead because they don't want these drugs to expire..."

Allen Nicklasson.
"Has this been well-vetted?" he continues. "Who have they consulted with that are experts?... What are the adverse reactions? What kind of people are allergic to this? How long would it take? What would be the dosage? What might be the experience?"

Missouri, he argues, is saying, "'We've picked it. Trust us.'"

Propofol got national attention in the aftermath of Michael Jackson's death, a result of an apparently lethal dose of the drug provided by his doctor. According to an ABC News report, propofol is typically administered to patients undergoing surgery or another medical procedure and is a fast-acting drug that makes patients unconscious within seconds. It's very potent and sometimes referred to as the "milk of amnesia."

Incidentally, just this past week, Jackson's ex-wife testified that he twice used propofol as a sleep aid in the 1990s.

Continue for more about the debate in Missouri, including response from the attorney general's office.

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There is a second page to the article that I haven't copied and pasted here.


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Way to go, Mohamed Al Fayed.


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AEG ~ Sony / Expert: Michael Jackson went 60 days without real sleep
« on: June 21, 2013, 10:37:30 AM »

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This is a really interesting article to read.  We are learning so much about a lot of different topics during this hoax, this one is about sleep, sleep deprivation and what happens to our brain and our body without enough nightly sleep, coming straight from an expert. 

After Michael Jackson's death in 2009, two things were on the minds of many: justice and money. With the conviction of Jackson's personal physician, Conrad Murray, justice was brought. But the dollar bills continue to be sought. The Jackson family's $40 billion wrongful death lawsuit against concert promoter AEG Live is underway in Los Angeles court, and someone is flying high with an apparent message for Los Angeles: "Follow The $ To Michael Jackson."

The Hollywood Reporter reports that "a small plane was circling around Miracle Mile area office buildings in Los Angeles on Thursday" pulling the banner. And today's sighting was not the first.

A small plane was spotted flying over the Santa Monica coastline Tuesday exhibiting the same message, according to THR. The aircraft also displayed its advice near the L.A. Times office in Downtown L.A. earlier this month:

Susan King @mymackie

Plane this morning flying banner near the Times: "Follow the Money to Michael Jackson's death"
8:49 AM - 15 May 2013

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No word yet on who's behind the stunt or who exactly it's directed at, but the message is pretty darn obvious. Heck, aside from the Jackson family, the banner could also be directed at Wade Robson, the famous choreographer who's filed suit against the Jackson Estate alleging MJ molested him years ago. However, the 30-year-old dancer is reportedly not asking for a huge chunk of change, possibly totaling no more than $15,000.


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CIRQUE Du Soleil is rewriting HIStory with Michael Jackson: The Immortal World Tour, an arena-sized tribute to the enduring pop icon coming to Australia in September.

Acrobats, contortionists, dancers and musicians interpret more than 35 of Jackson's songs in the spectacular stage show.

Long-time collaborator Travis Payne, who worked on the HIStory, Dangerous and tragically-curtailed This Is It tours, says Jackson always intended to team up with the Montreal-based circus troupe.

"The opportunity just never presented itself," says the choreographer, who sees Cirque and Jackson's shared appreciation of fantasy, escapism and sheer scale as an extremely good fit.

Jackson never did anything by halves. Cirque has a similarly healthy enthusiasm for jaw-dropping production values - which explains why four jumbo jets are required to carry the cast, crew, costumes and props across the ocean. In Europe, the production travelled in 38 trucks.
Michael Jackson show

A scene from Cirque du Soleil's Michael Jackson: The Immortal World Tour. OSA Images.

The Immortal World Tour, which premiered in Montreal in October 2011, even carries its own washing machines and driers to take proper care of more than 250 costumes that are worn during the show - the dancers have as many as eight changes.

Amongst the props that must be squeezed into aircraft cargo holds is a giant, 1.8m white spangled glove and a pair of 2.4m-long penny loafers.

At the core of the show, however, is Jackson's music - Cirque have unprecedented access to Jackson's master tapes in a special partnership with Sony and the Jackson family.

More than 35 songs - including Dangerous, Thriller, Beat It, They Don't Care About Us, Man In the Mirror, Don't Stop Till You Get Enough and Billie Jean - are re-imagined during the course of the hit show, which will travel to Perth, Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne in a four-week Australian tour. Tickets go on sale through ticketek on Friday, May 31.
Michael Jackson: The Immortal World Tour

Dancers in Cirque du Soleil's Michael Jackson: The Immortal World Tour. Picture: OSA Images

The stripped-back vocal track is so pristine, you can hear Jackson snap his fingers and stomp his feet.

"In a way, it's like we actually have Michael with us on every song," says audio programmer Greg Rule.


Michael Jackson: The Immortal World Tour

A closer look at Cirque du Soleil's Michael Jackson: The Immortal World Tour. Picture: OSA Images

Perth Arena
September 18-22
Tickets on sale 10am Friday May 31 132 849

Allphones Arena
September 26-29
Tickets on sale 10am Friday May 31 132 849

Brisbane Entertainment Centre October 2-6
Tickets on sale 10am Friday May 31 132 849

Rod Laver Arena
October 10-13
Tickets on sale 10am Friday May 31



Michael Jackson News / Wade Robson in Hawaii With Family.....
« on: May 18, 2013, 01:42:52 PM »

Wade Robson in Hawaii With Family as Michael Jackson Molestation Claim Controversy Heats Up

by Brandi Fowler Today 10:55 AM PDT

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In the midst of his Michael Jackson molestation claims, Wade Robson was spotted in Hawaii with his family after rumors sparked that he planned to move there soon.

The 30-year-old famed choreographer was spotted doing some grocery shopping in Hawaii with his wife and son Friday, looking carefree in flip-flops, shorts and a floral-print shirt.

NEWS: Michael Jackson molestation accusation slammed by nephew

News of Robson's possible Hawaii move comes just a week after he  filed a suit against the Jackson estate alleging he was abused by the late star.

The So You Think You Can Dance regular previously denied he had been molested by Jackson during the singer's 2005 molestation trial, but has since changed his tune, calling Jackson a "pedophile," and saying the singer abused him from ages 7 to 14.

"I was scared psychologically and emotionally completely unable and unwilling to understand that it was sexual abuse," Robson said on the Today Show in regards to why he didn't reveal the supposed abuse during that time.

NEWS: 5 things to know about Wade Robson

Robson's lawyer Henry Gradstein spoke to Australia's Today Tonight, saying, "Whatever Michael Jackson's apologists may say, all you have to do is listen to Wade to know that what he has to say is true and irrefutable. They may find it surprising that Wade defended Michael for all those years and never spoke about what was done to him until now, but anyone who knows anything about pedophilia and the terrible damage it does can tell you that this is almost always the case with victims of childhood sexual abuse."

Meanwhile, Howard Weitzman, the attorney for Jackson's estate, told E! News, "Mr. Robson has adamantly denied under oath and in numerous interviews over the past 20 years that Michael Jackson ever did anything inappropriate to him. He now wants us to believe that he committed perjury at least twice and has been lying to anyone and everyone about Mr. Jackson since the early ‘90s so he can file a claim for money. Mr. Robson's transparent lawsuit comes nearly four years after Michael passed. His claim is outrageous and sad." 



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The next big thing? Prince Michael Jackson makes his acting debut during cameo on finale episode of 90210
PUBLISHED: 05:52 EST, 14 May 2013 | UPDATED: 08:02 EST, 14 May 2013
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As the son of one of the world's biggest stars, there was no doubt that he was going to have a successful showbiz career.
And it seems that Michael Jackson's son Prince is already off to a good start, after making his acting debut on the season finale of 90210.
Playing a concert-goer who is injured by a falling stage, the 16-year-old stars alongside the show's lead characters in the last ever episode of the teen drama series, which aired in the US last night.
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Acting debut: Prince Jackson made a brief appearance on the season finale of 90210, which aired in the US on Monday night
He admitted back in February that he wanted to pursue a career as an actor and director and it seems that the son of the late King Of Pop put his plan into action straight away.
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Despite it being a cameo, the teenager was able to speak his first ever lines in a scene opposite character Silver, played by Jessica Stoup.
During the last ever episode disaster strikes at a concert, which leaves Adrianna, played by Jessica Lowndes, trapped underneath the stage.

First on-screen lines: The son of the late Michael Jackson seemed to be at ease as he delivered his lines opposite Silver, played by Jessica Stroup

Injured concert-goer: The 16-year-old played a teen who had to seek medical attention when a stage collapsed on him
Michael Jackson's son makes his acting debut on 90210

Prince plays another unfortunate member of the audience who gets injured, and ends up chatting to Silver in the recovery room.
Speaking about the youngster's bit part, director Harry Sinclair told ET Online: 'He's very young but he was able to be totally relaxed and do his performance. It was very unusual and he seemed totally at ease.'
But despite his outwardly cool demeanor, Prince admitted: 'I'm probably my own worst critic. I don't watch myself.'

Things to come: Prince admitted back in February that he wants to pursue a career as an actor and director

Cameo: Despite the fact that that he only appeared on screen for a brief time, the director admitted to being happy with Prince's approach and attitude

Emotional scenes: Silver looked upset by the concert disaster as she performed opposite the young star

Final scenes: The cast, including Anna Lynn McCord, Shenae Grimes, Jessica, Robbie Jones and Tristan Wilds all starred in the last ever episode
'It was kind of more like just a regular conversation just with a camera in front,' he added.
Despite still being a teenager, the youngster has already had a taste of being in front of the camera as he turned guest correspondent for Entertainment Tonight earlier in the year, interviewing the stars of Oz: The Great and Powerful.
The last ever episode of 90210, which was sprung on both cast and fans when the network announced that it was being cancelled in February, tried its best to tie up every storyline.

Dramatic last episode: Navid gets injured in the last episode, after saving Adrianna from the collapsed stage

Reigniting the flame: The former couple seemed to rebuild their romance in the back of the ambulance during the episode

On/off love: The pair, who have broken up and got back together at various points during the five seasons, seemed to be giving things a go
Navid, played by Michael Steger Jr, rescues Adrianna from the scene of the stage collapse and they reignite their relationship in the back of an ambulance.
In other scenes, Liam, played by Matt Lanter, declares his love for Annie, played by Shenae Grimes, and gets down on one knee to propose.
Naomi, played by Anna Lynn McCord, ends up getting together with Robbie Jones' character Jordan while Silver gets some bad news in the form of a cancer diagnosis.

Romantic gesture: Liam, played by Matt Lanter, pops the question to Annie in the final scenes

New relationship: Naomi ends up by getting together with Jordan, played by guest star Robbie Jones

Aftermath: All of the cast were reunited as they dealt with the fall out from the concert disaster

Cancelled: The teen drama series was officially cancelled in February, not giving the cast and crew long to wrap up all the storylines

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LAS VEGAS (AP) — Michael Jackson spent his life breaking music industry records. Four years after his death, the pop star's estate has delivered another first: Jackson is now the only person, place or thing to have inspired two Cirque du Soleil shows.

The Montreal-based acrobatic-theater company presented a sneak peak of its new Jackson tribute show, "One," at the Mandalay Bay hotel-casino in Las Vegas on Tuesday.

The show shares many features with "Immortal," another Cirque production that capitalizes on the enduring public fascination with the King of Pop.

In both, performers dance, somersault and glide above the crowd in dramatic riffs on Jackson's number one hits.

But unlike "Immortal," which is a touring show, "One" will have a permanent home in Vegas when it opens June 29. "Immortal" is scored by a live band, whereas "One" will feature original recordings.

Creative director Welby Altidor said he tried to channel Jackson's famous knack for pushing boundaries.

"If Michael was an acrobat, how would he fly? How would he do the things Cirque du Soleil does?" he asked.

The 20-minute preview Tuesday looked like Cirque's typical display of elaborately costumed, often airborne, attention deficit theater.

Each scene featured at least five separate points of action at any given time, with actors taking advantage of the full three-dimensionality of the space — flying over the crowd, climbing ropes to the ceiling, and dancing off to the wings in ramps.

The show is not biographical, and no one directly portrays Jackson. Instead, it presents emotional, if fairly literal, takes on the pop star's hits.

During the act set to "Stranger in Moscow," a huddled figure wanders in the snow. Performers don bejeweled prison stripes for "Smooth Criminal." And for "Bad," they do tightrope tricks amid a scene of urban decay.

The show does portray a general sense of Jackson-ness.

Paparazzi-like monsters with flashing headgear torment four main characters. Dancers appear in white fedoras and white jackets over shimmering bikinis. They moonwalked and leaned to precariously acute angles.

Pictures and stock footage of Jackson also drift on and off a giant LED screen that serves as the show's backdrop.

The Jackson estate is co-producer of both Cirque shows. In addition to sharing in revenue from the box office and merchandizing, the estate earns royalties on the music used in the productions.

While some fans might be leery of what appears to be another money grab, "One" is likely to fit right in on the Strip, which has also hosted Beatles and Elvis-themed Cirque shows.

As acrobats tumbled and bounced in Las Vegas, the spirit of the late performer was also hovering over an entirely different production a few hundred miles away. A wrongful death trial is currently playing out in a Los Angeles court between Michael Jackson's mother and concert giant AEG Live.

Altidor acknowledged that the trial has put the singer's name back in the headlines, but he hopes no one will be thinking of the tabloid side of Jackson's life when they come to the Mandalay Bay theater.

"We're really focusing on the positive; all the things he brought to the world," he said. "That's what we want to celebrate."


Prince Jackson
I'm Not Into Bonding
With My Mom Right Now
Michael Jackson's 16-year-old son Prince Jackson is clearly into girls ... but NOT the grown woman who goes by "Mom" -- aka Debbie Rowe.

Sources with direct knowledge of the situation tell TMZ ... although Prince's sister has developed what we're told is "an intense bond" with the woman who gave birth to her ... Prince has no curiosity or desire to develop a relationship with Rowe ... at least for now.

We're told it's not that he has beef with Rowe ... it's that establishing a relationship with her is not on his radar.  His 15-year-old sister Paris, on the other hand, now has a passion for nurturing a relationship with Rowe, and the 2 have spent a good deal of time together in the last few months.

Our sources say there's no conflict between Paris and Prince ... they just have different priorities.

As for Rowe, we're told she would absolutely like to have a relationship with Prince, but -- just the way it happened with Paris -- she wants it to develop naturally ... when Prince is ready.

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AEG ~ Sony / Jury Chosen in Michael Jackson Wrongful Death Trial
« on: April 23, 2013, 02:19:19 PM »

LOS ANGELES | Mon Apr 22, 2013 10:21pm EDT

(Reuters) - A jury was chosen on Monday in the $40 billion civil lawsuit over the death of Michael Jackson that pits the pop star's mother against concert promoters AEG Live.

After a month-long search for a jury, six men and six women were seated to hear what could be an emotional three-month trial that will revisit the checkered life and 2009 death of the "King of Pop" on the eve of a planned comeback.

Three alternate jurors still have to be chosen, clearing the way for opening statements to begin possibly later this week or early next week.

Jackson's 82-year-old mother, Katherine, is suing AEG Live, the promoters of the never-realized series of 2009 London concerts, for the wrongful death of her son. The lawsuit alleges AEG Live was negligent in hiring Dr. Conrad Murray to care for the singer while he rehearsed for a series of 50 shows.

AEG Live contends that it did not hire or supervise Murray and that Jackson had prescription drug and addiction problems for years before entering into any agreement with it for the "This Is It" London concerts.

The concert promoters also argue that they could not have foreseen that Murray, who was convicted in 2011 of involuntary manslaughter in Jackson's death, posed a danger to the singer.

Jackson, 50, died in Los Angeles on June 25, 2009, from a lethal dose of the surgical anesthetic propofol that Murray was administering for sleep problems. The day before he had been in final rehearsals for the concerts due to start on July 13.

Potential witnesses in the civil trial include Jackson's mother, his two oldest children Prince, 16, and Paris, 15, as well as Murray, singers Prince and Diana Ross, and Jackson's ex-wives, Lisa-Marie Presley and Debbie Rowe.

Katherine Jackson and her son's three children are seeking some $40 billion in damages from privately held AEG Live for loss of the singer's earnings and other damages. The final amount will be determined by the jury should it find AEG responsible for negligence.

Murray, who is not being sued, was convicted in 2011 after a long trial that depicted the singer known for his spectacular public shows as an odd, sometimes slurring, drug-dependent shadow of his on-stage image.

Murray is serving a four-year jail sentence. On Monday, his attorney filed an appeal seeking to overturn his conviction, arguing Jackson self-injected a fatal dose of propofol when Murray left the room, according to court documents.

At his 2011 trial, Murray's original defense attorneys also presented the theory that Jackson could have self-injected. A spokeswoman for the Los Angeles District Attorney's Office declined to comment on the appeal.

A judge ruled last month that AEG Live could raise Jackson's 2005 trial and acquittal on child molestation charges as part of its defense as it may be relevant to the singer's history of drug abuse and despondency.

(Reporting by Jill Serjeant and Alex Dobuzinskis; Editing by Bill Trott, Cynthia Johnston and Lisa Shumaker)

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Prince, Paris & Blanket / Paris Jackson Cheers for Her School
« on: March 06, 2013, 03:50:31 PM »
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Hi Souza or any moderator, even though I have registered and am using the forum, I can't access hoaxbook or sign up with any of the groups.  Can you please let me know how? I tried to sign up for hoaxbook but ended up getting a message that says "this account still needs activation".
Thank you.

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