Roger Friedman of FoxNews.com hears that Michael Jackson has fired Evvy Faye along with “aide-de-camp/keeper of all secrets” Evvy Tavasci. Meanwhile, the King of Pop’s website MJJSource.com is gone, leaving subscribers and fan club members high and dry. Read more.
Jackson Recording With Three Kids
November 10, 2005 – Jay Leno joked during his Tonight Show monologue on Wednesday night, “According to the New York Post, Michael Jackson is back in the recording studio. He’s recording with his three kids, he wants to release an album with them. An album? Hey, how about releasing the kids? Why don’t you start with that first?”
An Offer For Neverland?
November 7, 2005 – Jay Leno joked during his Tonight Show monologue on Friday night, “Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch is for sale. No one has bought it yet, but I understand they have a firm offer from the Boston archdioceses.”
Debbie Rowe Gets Skimpy Child Visitation Deal
October 30, 2005 – Though Debbie Rowe was instrumental in getting Michael Jackson off during his child molestation trial, The New York Daily News hears the singer showed no mercy at their recent child visitation deal. The secret agreement allows only sporadic visits with Prince Michael 1st, 8, and Paris, 7, and she can’t even tell the children she’s their mom, sources said. “There is no specific number of times that she can see them. It’s by request, on a case-by-case basis,” said the source familiar with the visitation order.
Jacko Selling Neverland
October 27, 2005 – Sources tell Roger Friedman of FoxNews.com that Michael Jackson is finally putting his Neverland Ranch up for sale, which he says could sell for $40 million. The singer has been missing payroll for his staff, which has prompted at least six Neverland employees to quit in the last couple of months. “Everyone is pissed,” a staffer revealed. “It was one thing when this happened during the trial, but now is a different story.” Read more.