Michael Jackson is Innocent

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Postby Jack O » Wed 17 Dec, 2008 5:52 am

I really can’t imagine that after all the good things happened to Michael Jackson, he led to a very dreadful situation. I feel pity for him, but I think, this is not yet the end, he can still cope with all these problems that he is experiencing right now. It seems that even people as well off as Michael Jackson, the King of Pop, could use a payday loan himself in these times. He has been getting a lot of coverage of his legal and financial troubles, and it apparently has come to a head. It has just been announced that Jackson will hold a 5 day auction in April of 2009, selling off various personal items. Among the lots for sale are the gates to his Neverland Ranch, and the white glove he wore in the video to his smash hit "Billy Jean." Just recently, the pop star settled a lawsuit from a member of the Bahraini royal family, who had contracted a book and album deal with Jackson in exchange for living expenses during his time spent in Bahrain. A spokesperson for the auction claims that it is not a forced sale, yet some appear to disagree, considering their observation of the King of Pop living well above his means. Fortunately, we don’t have to auction off all of our belongings when or if our budget falls short – apply for a payday loan. Click to read more on Michael Jackson Needs a Payday Loan.

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