They are suggestively considering wrongful death lawsuits. Also, their legal team had earlier refused to sign an agreement barring the singer's mother from using information from the contract in legal proceedings. Now, a Los Angeles judge has allowed the mother to see the details of her son's London comeback agreement with the promoters.
The King of Pop's father Joe is apparently sure of foul play in his iconic son's sudden demise. "Joe has been obsessed with AEG's role from the start and wanted to see the contract. Joe didn't trust them and told Michael," the Sun quoted a source as saying.
Jackson reportedly wanted to do only ten shows instead of fifty. The insider added: " He is adamant he only agreed or wanted to do ten shows and was pressured into doing more."
However, AEG claims that Jackson would have performed only twice in a week on the run, which was scheduled to start last month. Meanwhile, there is a chance that the private detectives may look at the role of Dr. Conrad Murray who allegedly gave Michael surgical anaesthetic Propofol the day he died.
The physician was employed by AEG on 90,000-pound a month.