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MICHAEL JACKSON'S EX-MANAGER The Estate Is Screwing Me

  • on: February 18, 2012, 02:43:33 AM
MICHAEL JACKSON'S EX-MANAGER
The Estate Is Screwing Me

2/17/2012 5:34 PM PST BY TMZ STAFF



Michael Jackson's former manager has filed a lawsuit against the MJ Estate, claiming he saved Michael Jackson after the molestation trial and in return he's been stiffed to the tune of millions of dollars.

Tohme Tohme says he was Michael's Manager from 2008 until shortly before his death.  Tohme claims he rehabilitated MJ both financially and personally after the trial, by coordinating media releases and shooting down false and malicious news stories about Michael.

Tohme says he saved Neverland by arranging refinancing, for which he was entitled to $2.3 million.

But the big thing -- Tohme takes credit for suggesting that MJ's final tour would be called, "This Is It."   According to the suit, during a discussion with Michael and AEG, Tohme chimed in that Michael selling the name, "This Is It" in a "high-spirited tone" would be a smash.

In addition to the $2.3 mil, Tohme wants 15% of the money Michael made from July, 2008 until the present. 

The Estate has already rejected Tohme's claim and even filed legal docs today, claiming Tohme took advantage of Michael and did nothing for him.

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Unbelievable.
Crazy.
Contradictory.
What else?

Oh....so The Estate discovered all these after almost 3  years from MJ's death.
Yeah I guess it's normal :roll:.
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Bring it on, I say. It's high time we found out the mysterious Tohme's true colours! Painted as the baddie in the absence of any real action ... but is that just a storyline within the big hoax story? You know, the quiet one in the background that no-one really notices, who actually holds the key to everything. Ok, I may have been watching too much Poirot recently, but you get my drift!  :lol:

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I was waiting to find out what Tohme Tohme has been up to....I still am not 100% sure who's side he is on, but I can say, I don't trust the estate with the falsified signatures on it. 

So now it was TT's idea to call it TII..!!  That could suggest he is involved in helping MJ fake his death.....thanks for sharing...God bless and may the show go on........

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The Estate Is Screwing ME...capitals..

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TT is back. Great - was waiting for him.  ;)
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Jackson's heirs sue former manager   
Tohme R.  Tohme, a former spokesman for the pop star was accused of stealing money from the agreements signed by Michael for his last concerts
LOS ANGELES | Friday February 17, 2012 AP | The Universal 16:25

Michael Jackson's heirs sued the singer's former manager, charging that their finances properly led and made ​​the sign superstar excessive contracts the year before his death.   The lawsuit filed Friday in Los Angeles accuses Tohme R.  Tohme of stealing money from the agreements signed by Jackson for his last concert and the refinancing of the debt in Neverland.

  The lawsuit also says that Tohme has refused to return the financial records and property of Jackson.
  Tohme's lawyer, Paul Malingagio not immediately respond to the call made to him for comment.
  Tohme has struggled to gain access to financial records of the property to estimate when due.
  The lawyer for the heirs Howard Weitzman wrote in a statement it expected to turn Tohme present a claim against them, but their accusations are unfounded.

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Case. The lawsuit also says that Tohme has refused to return the financial records and property of Jackson. (Photo Archive)

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Media & Entertainment |  2/17/2012 @ 2:42PM |1,574 views 

Michael Jackson Executors (Finally) Sue Singer's Final Manager   

Michael Jackson‘s estate has finally filed a lawsuit against Tohme Tohme, who used to call himself “Doctor.” Tohme was Michael Jackson’s penultimate manager–meaning he was replaced just before Jackson’s death by Jackson’s longtime manager and friend, Frank DiLeo. But Tohme, the estate says in a complaint filed by attorney Howard Weitzman, ran amok during his short term between January 2008 and March 2009. It was Tohme, working for Thomas Barrack‘s Colony Capital, who pulled off the sale of Neverland to Colony. But according to the complaint, Jackson never understood that Tohme was also going to receive a finder’s fee for doing work for his own employer. Jackson had no lawyer representing him in his many signed agreements with Tohme, and so didn’t understand that when Colony came up with $24 million to bail out Neverland, Tohme would get $2.4 million.

Tohme, the complaint further reads, got Jackson to sign an agreement paying him $35,000 a month. He was also to receive 15% of all gross compensation Jackson received for anything he did in the entertainment field. Jackson signed not one but two Power of Attorney documents giving Tohme “extraordinary” powers. He also gave himself a $100,000 per month producers fee for the run of Jackson’s London concert dates–from July 2009 through at least March 2010. All of this Jackson signed without a lawyer, and despite numerous stories (many written by yours truly) about Tohme’s many assertions about his credentials being false.

It was during Tohme’s regime, for example, that the contents of Neverland were emptied and consigned to an auction house in Beverly Hills. The auction didn’t proceed when Jackson finally got a grip, and a lawyer, stopped the auction. Tohme then took back the contents and warehoused them. When Jackson died, the estate had to negotiate with him to get back the property. Out of luck was Julien’s Auction House, which published a now collectible catalog of everything that had been in Neverland.

“Tohme took possession and control of money and property that belonged to Jackson.Tomhe did not return to Jackson and refuses to deliver to the executors all of the property and cash belonging to Jackson that Tohme took possession and control of.”

On a side note, Tohme used to claim he was a doctor from Lebanon. But he could never prove to me that he was a doctor and when I questioned him about it in 2008, he told me wasn’t practicing. He did say he was Ambassador at Large to Senegal, but their Embassies denied it.
A call to Tohme’s attorney has not yet been returned.
 
    
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http://www.forbes.com/sites/rogerfriedman/2012/02/17/michael-jackson-executors-finally-sue-singers-final-manager/
   



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Jul 6 2009 2:16 PM EDT 51,614 
Michael Jackson Adviser Dr. Tohme Tohme Breaks Silence
'I was the closest person to Michael Jackson,' says mysterious financier, who helped save Neverland from foreclosure.
By Gil Kaufman
 
 As befit his unique lifestyle, a number of strange characters moved in and out of Michael Jackson's orbit over the years. None, however, was more elusive and mysterious than a gentleman by the name of Dr. Tohme Tohme, who served as the late singer's adviser and confidant in the final years of his life.

Over the weekend, Tohme, a native of Lebanon who claims to have helped Jackson rescue Neverland Valley Ranch from foreclosure last year, broke his silence about the death of his friend for the first time and spoke to The Associated Press, describing his relationship with the late singer and how he briefly entered the star's orbit.

Tohme, described by the news service as "a financier with a murky past," said he was contacted last year by Jackson's brother Jermaine, who asked if Tohme could help rescue Neverland from falling into foreclosure. The pair traveled to Las Vegas, where Jackson was living at the time, and Tohme said they instantly bonded. For the next year, Tohme would server as Jackson's final business manager and spokesperson.

"For the last year and a half, I was the closest person to Michael Jackson," said Tohme, who added that he was inspired to help because he saw that Jackson was a "wonderful human being" and a fine father to his three children. Tohme said he helped negotiate a deal with his close friend, the chairman of Colony Capital, who was hesitant to get involved until he was persuaded to go visit Jackson in person.

Impressed by Jackson's "intelligence and focus," Colony agreed to buy the mortgage on the home and keep it out of foreclosure. That deal brought Tohme, believed to be in his late 50s, and Jackson, 50, together in a partnership that included the contract for what was scheduled to be Jackson's triumphant return to the top of his game: a 50-show run at the O2 arena in London that was to begin next Monday.

He said Jackson was excited about the concerts because they would be a chance for his three young children to see him perform. Though he's often described as being mysterious, Tohme — his double name is not uncommon in the Middle East — said he hates being referred to that way.

"I'm a private man," he said, reportedly ignoring a barrage of cell phone calls during the interview, though taking one from the Reverend Jesse Jackson. "A lot of people like the media, and I don't. I respect the privacy of other people, but lately nobody respects mine."

Tohme would not reveal any information about his life or career other than to confirm that he is a U.S. citizen, a "self-made man" who works in the world of finance and was raised in Los Angeles. MTV News was unable to contact Dr. Tohme for comment for this story. Denying he is affiliated with the Nation of Islam, Tohme said he actually fired some representatives of the religious sect who had taken over handling affairs for Jackson, who was raised as a Jehovah's Witness.

The AP report described him as being on the verge of tears several times while discussing Jackson's death and said he was breaking his silence now because it is what Jackson wanted. "He always said to me, 'I want people to really know who I am after I'm gone,' " Tohme said, noting that he dropped everything else he was doing and took no salary while working with Jackson and that he helped to begin turning Jackson's finances around after years of poor management.

 Among the deals he said he negotiated were ones for a "Thriller" Broadway show — the subject of a lawsuit from the director of the song's iconic video, John Landis — as well as one for an animated series based on "Thriller," a clothing line that was to include "moonwalk shoes" and other deals.

He also said he was working to renegotiate the terms of some of Jackson's main assets, including the singer's share of the very lucrative Sony-ATV Music Publishing Catalog — which includes music by the Beatles, Lady Gaga and the Jonas Brothers — against which Jackson had taken out massive loans to support his expensive lifestyle.

One of the first things Tohme, an avowed music business neophyte, said he did when he took over was to fire many members of Jackson's staff, including security guards, in order to build a fence around the singer and protect him from nameless others who wanted to control the pop star's finances.

He also claimed to have twice fired, on Jackson's orders, the longtime nanny of the singers' children, Grace Rawaramba. Though he apparently uses the title "Dr." and has a medical degree, there is no record of Tohme practicing medicine in the U.S. He said he thought the singer was in perfect health the last time he saw Jackson, two days before his death, and that as far as he could tell, Jackson didn't use drugs and kept himself on a strict, healthy diet that included no red meat or alcohol.

It does not appear that Jackson will be buried at Neverland, but Tohme claimed that in the singer's final months, the two talked about the star's wish to create a special place "10 times bigger than Graceland" — referring to Elvis Presley's home/memorial — where fans could come to view Jackson's memorabilia and awards.

http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1615320/michael-jackson-adviser-breaks-silence.jhtml
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You know "Tohme Tohme" said that type of naming convention was normal in the Middle East? Well - I looked it up. Guess what? No where IS IT listed to where a double name like that is EVER listed.

He's either fictional, a conman - or allegedly both. He lied about Senegal; what else!?
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TS,

Are you at liberty to disclose any information on Thome and his involvement-good or bad-in this matter? ...
Thanks

No.

Guessing the timing wasn't right back then?  Interesting that TS did make a point to answer the question, though...when there's been a thousand other questions he hasn't lol.

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MICHAEL JACKSON'S EX-MANAGER
The Estate Is Screwing Me

Maybe, you never know.
In the pic MJ is looking kindly at TT.
Maybe TMZ is playing with us again.



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TS,

Are you at liberty to disclose any information on Thome and his involvement-good or bad-in this matter? ...
Thanks

No.

Guessing the timing wasn't right back then?  Interesting that TS did make a point to answer the question, though...when there's been a thousand other questions he hasn't lol.

With L.O.V.E. always.

I always thought this guy was chosen for his appearance, to be a scary bad guy (ACTOR), in MJ's Hoax plans. I even suspected  :D this name of being one of MJ's clever anagrams, identifying himself in the Illusion. I thought "Toh me" really was "Em hot", or, "Me hot", which of course, MJ is.... I still think that the Tohme character IS really MJ, because of the sheer amount of POWER MJ "gave" him over all his money and life. If he did really give another being that kind of power, it is an artificial entity under HIS control still, much like a Trust or other  albino/ legal fiction taking the place of a person, to protect assets in the event of the original person's death...

The Puppet Master, almost  deconstructed my pet theory, when I found a photo of the two :shock: men pictured together (!), until I remembered  bow/ bow/ that a genius WOULD create such a picture and hire a scary guy to portray this villain!!!!

If you read about everything MJ assigned to this guy to "handle" for him, it is unbelievable, to me, anyway, Idk, that anyone would do this!

I too, thought it was strange, that TS broke tradition and answered a direct question! :shock: It was like the subject was slammed shut, and I didn't see anything about Tohme for at least  a year. Now, in hindsight, I think the reason TS wouldn't talk about Tohme, is because the ONLY thing he could have said was that the PuppetMaster had placed the T.T. puppet   back in its case, and slammed IT shut, til  /cook/ later. Hey---when things get too quiet, OUT come the BAD puppets... afraid/  ::P

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TS,

Are you at liberty to disclose any information on Thome and his involvement-good or bad-in this matter? ...
Thanks

No.

Guessing the timing wasn't right back then?  Interesting that TS did make a point to answer the question, though...when there's been a thousand other questions he hasn't lol.

With L.O.V.E. always.

This was from a year ago...I wonder if TS has anything to say now? Maybe one of you who seem to get answers from TS and Front could ask.

I just don't know what to think of TT. He confuses me for sure but I'm still watching.

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I always thought this guy was chosen for his appearance, to be a scary bad guy (ACTOR), in MJ's Hoax plans.
Yep, that's what I've thought too! And I think MJ made-up that phone call to June Gatlin, about how scared he was of TT. Much like the drugged speech under Murray's care.  MJ said to Geraldo Rivera, "I'm having a lot of fun!"  TT is probably a really good guy, who really IS friends with MJ.


He reminds me of the Rondo Hatton style character played by Rick Baker in the movie The Rocketeer, which I've seen lots.










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I always thought this guy was chosen for his appearance, to be a scary bad guy (ACTOR), in MJ's Hoax plans.
Yep, that's what I've thought too! And I think MJ made-up that phone call to June Gatlin, about how scared he was of TT. Much like the drugged speech under Murray's care.  MJ said to Geraldo Rivera, "I'm having a lot of fun!"  TT is probably a really good guy, who really IS friends with MJ.


He reminds me of the Rondo Hatton style character played by Rick Baker in the movie The Rocketeer, which I've seen lots.











Hi MJonmind :)

In the picture of T.T. you posted here, he's trying to be fierce, but his eyes laugh   albino/.

I heard him speak about MJ in such warm fuzzy tone, once in 2009, it sounded like MJ scripted it, himself (would he do THAT???  :o ) and it beLIED his hit-man looks!

SOME albino/ thing is off, here, alright.
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So far this was the most odd and interesting part:


Note that about "Jackson passing" the Estate does not call attention to the loss of the family, instead it says:


"SADLY FOR MILLIONS OF FANS ACROSS THE GLOBE"

Which means it is not sad for Michael's family the passing away on Jun 25 2009, only for the FANS

























It says Michael signed the contract at 2009 but if I recall correctly from AEG it was signed Dec 2008.

Why would AEG pay for the rent of Carolwood dr., since Dec 2008 if the contract was signed only at 2009?




















Is this a typo?, O2 conference at March 2008??

http://es.scribd.com/doc/82021253/Estate-vs-Tohme-120217?secret_password=v9jduerbgcww6puddw8

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IMHO - I see flashes of insanity, and being  a conman, in TT's eyes. I've seen this in two people's eyes before; one murdered a mutual friend in cold blood (no joke), and the other, brutalized, raped, beat women, one after the other, and put them into the hospital, after using their children as collateral.

I've seen the darkest in men's hearts...and after ALL his bloody damn lawsuits settled out of court? I'll bet money he's definitely a bad frickin' bad guy!! >:(
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