NEW YORK (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — Not content with a judge's decision to dismiss their $300 million lawsuit against Michael Jackson's estate and management, lawyers for Allgood Entertainment have filed an appeal in the case.
Allgood had filed the suit against Jackson and his manager Frank Dileo, alleging that the singer's massive deal with AEG for a London residency violated a blackout clause in an agreement Allgood contends they had with Jackson to develop a pay-per-view Jackson family reunion concert.
"Every now and then a referee can make a bad call – Judges too can make bad decision," Scott Meyerowitz, an attorney repping Allgood said in a statement. "There was a con job here, and despite the overwhelming evidence we presented, the Court shut down our investigation, and will not let a jury hear this case. It was a sad day for those seeking the truth of what really happened to Michael Jackson and bringing those who played no small role in this tragedy to justice." – CelebrityAccess Staff Writers