Aaron Carter claimed in a recent interview with Entertainment Tonight that Michael Jackson bought him a $325,000 Bentley “even though I had only met him twice. It was weird.” ET is now saying Jackson’s people called to say he had never given Carter the car nor promised him one, and that Carter was lying. But a rep for Carter tells The New York Post: “I don’t know why Michael would deny his generosity. Aaron is very grateful for the car [which has yet to arrive], and, by the way, Aaron did not attend the concert for Michael over the weekend at Neverland.”
Michael Jackson Finds Scrutiny & Support On Possible UK Trip
December 23, 2003 – Santa Barbara District Attorney Tom Sneddon wants documented proof before Michael can leave the country for a scheduled appearance in England. Author Alan Starkie appeared on the program to talk about the situation, and the uproar in Britain over his possible arrival while he’s facing charges on child molestation.
Jackson’s Version Of The Nicotine Patch
December 23, 2003 – Jay Leno joked during his Tonight Show monologue on Monday night, “Over the weekend, Michael Jackson had a big party at his Neverland Ranch to thank all the people who have supported him. They said the theme of the party is ‘you are not alone’. I think that was the problem if I’m not mistaken… According to Fox News, Michael spent much of the party chatting with a dwarf. That’s what they said chatting with a dwarf. I guess this is like Michael’s version of the nicotine patch. Gets you off real kids slowly.”
Michael Jackson’s CBS Special To Air, With An Interview Too
December 23, 2003 – Sources tell Roger Friedman of FoxNews.com that CBS will be airing their Michael Jackson special, which was supposed to air in November, during the first week of January. He adds that Jackson has agreed to interview with Ed Bradley on December 27th. Read more.
Why Liz Taylor Skipped Jacko’s Neverland Party
December 23, 2003 – Jeannette Walls of MSNBC.com hears that Michael Jackson is “deeply upset” that his longtime supporter and ally Elizabeth Taylor didn’t show up at the Neverland ranch for a support rally this weekend, according to a source. But a spokeswoman for the Taylor says she has had back problems, was “exhausted” and “wasn’t up for” the weekend. Read more.