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Bahrain's Prince sues michael jackson

 
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London (ANI): King of Pop michael jackson has been sued 4.3million pounds by an Arab sheik for not sticking to his record deal. The lawsuit was brought about by Prince Abdulla Al-Khalif, of Bahrain, reports the Sun. The Prince claims that Jacko had signed an exclusive deal for an autobiography, two albums and a musical, but that he never came through with the deal.

The sheik claims that he had given Jackson, 50, a 180,000-pound Rolls Royce, and bailed out his Neverland ranch after his acquittal on child-molesting charges in June 2005. The Thriller singer is not expected to be at London's High Court.


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