According to a story in The Sun newspaper, deceased pop superstar Michael Jackson was caught in a vicious feud with his brother Randy and even ordered for a hit in a drug-fuelled, paranoid fury. Skilled, British martial artist Matt Fiddes worked as a bodyguard and has recently come on to comment about his time working for the star, telling of a war Michael was caught in with his brothers for years.
In the same article, Fiddes tells of how Michael became something of a paranoid wreck by 2005, surrounding himself with Nation of Islam bodyguards and even barring members of his family from his Neverland Ranch. He was quoted saying the feud came to boiling point when he heard "Randy was trying to force his way past the bodyguards to speak to him in one of his rented homes. Michael ordered him to be shot dead." Fortunately the hit never came off, with Fiddes adding that Jackson was "out of his mind on drugs" during this time.
Jackson's problems with prescription drugs was well documented in the twilight years of his life, with many people agreeing that the burns he received whilst filming a Pepsi advert stemmed the addiction.