Michael gagne sa vie et fait son shopping...grâce à ses vaches!
Michael Jackson est en procès en ce moment (un peu comme d'habitude d'ailleurs ), contre un certain Marc Schaffel qui accuse Michael de na pas l'avoir payé pour la réalisation d'un single de charité. Michael a fait une déposition à Londres il y a quelque mois dans laquelle il répond à la question :
Schaffel`s lawyer, Howard King =
"Donc tout l'argent que vous avez besoin que ce soit pour du shopping ou autre, provient des vaches ?"
"Oui, croyez le ou non"
C'est donc grâce aux vaches de Neverland que MJ dépense à loisir lol on aura vraiment tout entendu
Michael Jackson makes money from cows
Neverland, June 22: Michael Jackson makes money from cows. The `Thriller` singer makes a fortune from the cattle he has on his Neverland ranch, according to court papers. Jackson is being sued by video producer Marc Schaffel who claims the singer owes him £2 million for work he did on a charity record.
Schaffel also says Jackson has not paid him for working on TV specials for him and is claiming there are other unpaid loans and expenses.
During the videotaped deposition, Schaffel`s lawyer, Howard King, asks Jackson: "So all your cash, whenever you need cash to shop or whatever, comes from the cows?"
Jackson replied: "Yes, believe it or not."
The singer - who now lives in Bahrain with his three children - is not expected to appear in the Los Angeles court next week.
Jackson`s lawyer maintains that Schaffel owes the singer money, saying: "To say that Schaffel is an unsavoury character would be an understatement."
Meanwhile, Jackson faces another legal battle next month over allegations he is not the real father of his children.
Secret court papers will allegedly prove that Paris, eight, and Prince Michael, nine, are not the biological children of the singer.
The papers, to be unsealed next month, allegedly confirm the children were fathered by an anonymous sperm donor.
Michael Jackson, chanteur et fermier a Neverland
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