The Sun reports Michael Jackson’s Bengal tiger Spike has been returned to his trainer after just two months living with the singer. The tiger had the run of Jackson’s Neverland Ranch in Southern California but trainer Larry Wallach was called to take the cub back after it went down with depression. Spike is said to be much more happy back in his original compound in New York.
Jacko To Direct Film About Orphans
May 1, 2002 – According to the Hollywood Reporter, Michael Jackson will take on his first film directing project with a big-screen adaptation of Jennings Michael Burch’s book ‘They Cage the Animals at Night’. Jackson will be helped on the project by writer-director Bryan Michael Stoller who said that the story “deals with orphans, and Michael always felt that he grew up as an orphan because, in a way, he missed out on his childhood. The boy in the book had a tough time, and Michael related a lot to that.”
Jacko Goes On Evening Shopping Spree With Kids
May 1, 2002 – The New York Post reports Michael Jackson kept the Strand bookstore open an extra two hours Saturday so he could buy up books and Disney stuff for he and his two kids. The singer picked up more than $6,000 worth of merchandise, and reportedly picked up more goodies at FAO Schwarz.