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Report – Michael Jackson's Father Not Named in Will

By brettsinger |

joejacksonThe Telegraph is reporting that Joe Jackson, father of Michael Jackson, may not be named in his son’s will.

Check out this sentence:

“Jackson had a sometimes troubled relationship with his 80 year-old father, who he said would sometimes beat him before sending him on stage.”

I’d say that’s a “troubled relationship.” I’d say more than that, actually.

The paper says “A will drawn up by Michael Jackson is believed to leave his estate to his mother Katherine and his three children, with a portion going to charity, but to exclude his father Joe.” They also point out that “In a court filing on Monday the singer’s parents said they believed Jackson had died without a valid will.” Yeah, well. Denial ain’t just a river in Egypt and all that.

Not sure what Joe’s relationship is with his wife at this point, so it may just be a symbolic move. (This report could also be inaccurate.) Still, that’s one way to get back at a father you’re angry at.

Seeing the video of Joe Jackson promoting his new record label and saying that he’s sad Michael didn’t get to see it thrive (or whatever he was talking about) is a good reminder of why Michael might be inclined to stick it to his father any way he could. I’ve got issues with my dad (non-issues in terms of a will, since he died a long time ago) but nothing like what MJ had.

Source: Telegraph

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0 thoughts on “Report – Michael Jackson's Father Not Named in Will

  1. [...] for me, is the kicker. Michael Jackson didn’t have particularly warm feelings for his dad. Joe probably didn’t know a lot of things that were going on in his late son’s life. So [...]

  2. gloria malinowski says:

    look up the word ‘scum-bag’ & Joe Jackson’s pic w/be beside it..Michael’s estate s/be placed in irrevocable trust for the children, period !! so the Jackson’s or anyone else, can’t touch it..maybe Joe sees this $$$ as a sign he can get out of debt..I think he thinks maybe Michael owes him…what he did to Michael is a crime…

  3. 50centDoll says:

    I just Pray in this Life God will expose what these Evil People have done to Michael Jackson and his Family. Michael Jackson I believe Loved Diana Ross but I doubt if he mentioned her in a Will because Michael Jackson NEVER had a WILL he had a “TRUST”, The Will is FAKE and FRAUDULENT created by John Branca to Steal and DisInherit The Jacksons Family who Michael Jackson left as TRUSTEES Joseph and Katherine Jackson in a TRUST, John Branca CREATED a FAKE WILL and made himself as Executor a Will that Michael Jackson NEVER had and the WILL in itself is MOTIVE for Michael Jackson Murder. I believe Michael Jackson put everything in A Trust not A Will. Michael did his Trust correctly, John Branca destroyed his “Trust” and created a “FAKE Will” without Michael Jackson and handed it to a Judge in LA County. The Lies Men tell and The Evil they Do.

  4. noxFeeroWog says:

    Хорошо тут у вас :)

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    Загляньте на мой мега дор))))

  6. Jinko says:

    Could someone please tell me why the other Jackson children are not whining, and moaning, and complaining regarding their father. Michael spoke out of both sides of his mouth about his childhood. His siblings managed to move on, get married, and have families. Michael seemed to want an excuse to “play with little boys”. Why not little girls? We all know the answer to that, and why he paid out millions of dollars to cover up his pedophilia with young boys. Sick! Sick! Sick!

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