Roger Friedman of FoxNews.com reports Santa Barbara District Attorney Tom Sneddon apparently is interested in indicting Michael Jackson’s former attorney, Mark Geragos, on the conspiracy charges of kidnapping. Sneddon’s office, citing the case’s gag order, declined to comment, while Geragos did not return Friedman’s call. But a Geragos insider revealed: “I wouldn’t be surprised if it’s true. Sneddon is trying everything he can to get Michael. He wanted to make Mark a witness in the case if he could.” Read more.
Jacko Hit The Bottle
May 21, 2004 – Kit Culkin, the father and former manager of Macaulay and Kieran, says he once walked into a room to find the Michael Jackson with the youngest Culkin, Rory. “Michael [was] sitting on the floor in the corner with my 2-year-old son Rory. Both of them [were] sucking on baby bottles. It was not one of my son’s bottles that he was so busy with, leading me to surmise that he had a collection of his own,” Culkin tells Inside Edition tonight.
Michael Jackson Supersizes Neverland Credit Line
May 19, 2004 – The New York Daily News reports Michael may be expecting some big legal bills, because he refinanced his Neverland Ranch in a deal that will let him borrow up to $18 million cash against the estate’s value. “It’s a safety net,” said Jackson family lawyer Brian Oxman. “There’s no particular reason for it. This is just an extension of the line of credit he already had, which will make additional money available to him if he needs it.”
Konitzer And Wiesner Behind Jacko Merch Website
May 12, 2004 – Roger Friedman of FoxNews.com reports Michael Jackson’s former managers, Ronald Konitzer and Dieter Wiesner, are said to be behind a new Web site selling merchandise proclaiming the King of Pop’s innocence. Check it out more on mjsinnocent.net and who is behind the website from FoxNews.com.