New Shocking Secrets of Michael Jackson’s are Making Rounds

As fans are still unaware of the many secrets of Michael Jackson, a new mystery surrounding his will has come to the surface. According to recent reports, the choice came to enforcement after his death on the 25th of August in 2009. Nonetheless, the will included his children and his mother.

Michael Jackson Distribution of Estates

According to Michael Jackson’sJackson’s will, his mother, Katherine, would receive a hefty 40 percent of his estate. Nonetheless, his three children (Paris, Prince, and Blanket) would receive the same amount. Moreover, the amount received by his children would be distributed equally amongst them.

Meanwhile, the remaining twenty percent of Michael Jackson’s will would be going to children’s charities. He had forever been invested in making the world a better place. Hence a section of his will be sent to charities was entirely expected.

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Katherine Named Legal Guardian of Children

Moreover, Katherine was also named the legal guardian of her three children. According to Michael Jackson’s will in case of Katherine’s absence, Diana Ross would have to perform the duty. However, according to reports, no one else would be receiving any portion of his estates.

Michael Jackson Left out his Father

Meanwhile, his estranged father was left out of the will alongside his siblings. Moreover, his former wife, Deborah Jean Rowe Jackson, was also left out of his choice. Deborah was the mother of his eldest children, Prince and Paris.

Michael Jackson’s Family Celebrated his Birthday

However, on Saturday, he would have celebrated his 62nd birthday. His sister’s penned sweet messages for the king of pop, Michael Jackson. Moreover, Jackson’s daughter, Paris, edited a throwback shot of her father alongside hers wearing a black bra. Her caption on the post was adorable. Jackson’s brothers shared throwback family pictures to respect their brother, the greatest entertainer of all time. 


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