Wade Robson has denied having a repressed memory, claiming he has “never forgotten one moment” of what Michael Jackson did to him. The 32-year-old choreographer is requesting money from the Michael Jackson Estate after alleging he suffered “childhood sexual abuse” during sleepovers at the late singer’s Neverland Ranch between the age of seven and 14
A rarely seen portrait of Michael Jackson is on display inside a Harlem luxury car dealership.
More than two dozen television satellite trucks lined the narrow, two-lane road leading to Neverland Ranch early Wednesday, jostling to reserve space for a public viewing of pop icon Michael Jackson’s body that won’t happen for two more days. A law enforcement official told CNN that Jackson’s body will be taken to the ranch, north of Santa Barbara, California, on Thursday in preparation for viewing Friday. The family plans a private service Sunday
In death as in life, there is never a dull moment when it comes to Michael Jackson. Police in California’s Santa Barbara County met Tuesday to discuss how to deal with an expected mad rush of traffic on the narrow hillside road leading to Jackson’s Neverland Ranch for a planned memorial service on Friday.
Michael Jackson’s body will return to his Neverland Ranch on Thursday morning for a public viewing Friday, CNN has learned.
Michael Jackson’s sudden death has thrown the peculiar path of his later life back into the spotlight. He spent much of the past four years flitting from one part of the globe to another, failing to put down permanent roots.
The "King of Pop" had been topping music charts long before he ever pulled on that white-sequined glove, made the moonwalk a household move and sent screaming fans into a frenzy. But the spotlight that followed Michael Jackson, earned him headlines and made him a tabloid favorite as an adult, often had little to do with the artistry
Right now we could all use a selective memory wipe a magical eraser to remove all the misery Michael Jackson endured and caused.