Michael Jackson’s property claims a man engaged to one among his siblings used the chaos and sadness around MJ’s dying to jack a gaggle of belongings from the singer’s home.
According to new legal docs, obtained by way of TMZ, MJ’s estate claims Jeffre Phillips, who they say turned into engaged to one of Michael’s siblings whilst he died, apparently used his 9-day life in Michael’s Carolwood House to thieve non-public and personal assets.
Michael’s property claims Phillips began staying at the house proper after MJ died on June 25, 2009 and pulled off brazen acts of theft beneath the cover of all the hullabaloo around the house making off with gadgets such as MJ’s iPhone, California drivers license, prescription pill bottles with tablets interior and a few clothes.
What’s more, Michael’s estate claims Phillips also stole handwritten notes from MJ … Plus a briefcase packed with private and commercial enterprise papers, as well as video cameras, computer systems, and tough drives.
And, get this the property says Phillips even stole the pajamas Michael changed into wearing inside the very last hours before his loss of life which had apparently been removed from his frame with the aid of the paramedics looking to keep his lifestyle and a resuscitator tube that appears to were used on Michael.
The lawsuit does no longer specify which of Michael’s siblings Phillips changed into engaged to.
The timing of the filing is thrilling it changed into filed Friday, simply earlier than the thirteenth anniversary of Michael’s death.