Roger Friedman of FoxNews.com hears that Janet Jackson will be performing at the Super Bowl halftime show. The singer will most likely continue to ignore the child molestation charges that Michael Jackson is facing. Janet’s new album is due in March, and she’s doesn’t want to get bogged down by commenting on her brother’s legal troubles. “It’s too bad, because in 1993-94 she was just starting to do press for an album when that scandal broke,” says an insider, “and all the press would ask about is Michael. And here [we] are again.” Read more.
D.A. Readies Michael Jackson Molestation Charges
December 15, 2003 – The Santa Barbara County District Attorney is expected to file child-molestation charges against pop icon Michael as soon as Wednesday, a court official told The New York Post on Sunday. Gary Blair, Santa Barbara County’s Superior Court Executive Officer, said a court web site dedicated to information about the case would be ready to roll this afternoon.
Social Workers Want To Meet With Michael Jackson’s Kids
December 14, 2003 – The New York Post reports Santa Barbara County social workers, frustrated by their thwarted efforts to interview Michael’s kids, are threatening him with legal action if he doesn’t make them available soon, sources said yesterday. A longtime Jackson family friend insisted Jackson isn’t hiding his kids from authorities – just having them travel with him during his busy work schedule.