Sunday, July 12, 2009

King of Pop Michael Jackson 'Murdered for his money'

In interviews with Sunday newspapers, La Toya gave details about the 50-year-old singer's sudden death, drugs found in his body and a stash of cash and jewels that she claims have gone missing.

La Toya, 53, accused a "shadowy" group of hangers-on of cutting him off from his family and friends and forcing him to sign up for 50 concerts at London's O2 arena.
She told one paper: "We don't think just one person was involved in the murder. It was a conspiracy to get Michael's money."
They also fed him drugs and saw him as a "cash cow", she claimed.
"Michael was worth more than a billion dollars. When anyone is worth that much money, there are always greedy people around them."
Jackson was the "loneliest man in the world" with no real friends and isolated from his family at the time of his death - less than 12 hours after completing a rehearsal for his tour, she said.
La Toya said she was at her home close to Jackson's in Beverly Hills when she was told by her father that her brother had been taken to the UCLA Medical Centre.

While in the car on the way to the hospital she said her mother screamed down the phone, "He's dead!".
"I nearly crashed my car," La Toya said. "My legs went weak. I couldn't press down on the gas pedal. I got to the wrong entrance at the hospital and was begging the security guys to help me and take my car because I was so weak and faint.
"Michael didn't keep a close eye on his finances," she said. "A lot of people made a lot of money out of Michael."
She pledged the family would file a civil lawsuit against anyone they believed responsible and push for police to bring criminal charges.

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