Jackson Sued By Bahrainian Prince

LONDON (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — Michael Jackson has found himself in
yet another legal jackpot, this time with Bahraini prince Abdullah bin Hamad
Al Khalifa.

Some of you may remember that after Jackson was acquited on child
molestation charges, he left the U.S. and took up residence with in Bahrain
with said prince. Prince Abdullah provided Jackson and his three children
with posh living circumstances, even flying in many of Jackson's friend for
Christmas. Jackson reportedly promised to make a record with the prince and
tt wasn't long before it was announced that Jackson had a new recording deal
with the newly-formed Bahrainian label, Two Seas Records.

Well, the promised record hasn't been forthcoming and now the Prince, hoping
to get at least some of his investment back from the erstwhile King of Pop.

Jackson's publicst Raymone Bain announced in 2006 that Jackson had taken his
leave from Two Seas records and that he had never finalized the deal but
that hasn't deterred Prince Abdullah who has reportedly filed suit in
London, Fox News reported. – CelebrityAccess Staff Writers

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