Michael Jackson's Siblings Challenge Validity of Will
The drama continues more than three years after the death of Michael Jackson. His youngest brother, Randy, is at the center of this current situation since he is insistent that the King of Pop’s five-page will is a fake, even though it was signed back in 2002.
He’s voiced his claims on television and on Twitter but he hasn’t chosen to take the fight to the courtroom just yet.
Randy and three of his siblings recently wrote a letter to the estate’s executors challenging their authority and the validity of the document. The letter is signed by Randy, Jermaine, Janet and Rebbie and they say that they waited this long to say something because: "At that time we couldn't possibly fathom what is so obvious to us now: that the Will, without question, it's Fake, Flawed and Fraudulent."
In one particularly sensationalistic tweet, Randy wrote: "It is my fear and belief, that they are trying to take my mother's life," Randy Jackson wrote last week.
The estate replied: "We are saddened that false and defamatory accusations grounded in stale Internet conspiracy theories are now being made by certain members of Michael's family whom he chose to leave out of his will."
The estate benefits Katherine Jackson and the singer's three children -- Prince, 15; Paris, 14; and Blanket, 10.
Even to a stranger, that sounds like what Michael Jackson would have wanted. Clearly, his siblings are motivated by other things.
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