Jackson Considers Selling Footage Of Molestation Rebuttals
Troubled singer MICHAEL JACKSON plans to battle his mounting financial woes by selling TV networks footage of himself denying his 10 felony charges of child molestation.
The THRILLER star has a growing pile of legal fees among his reported list of cash worries, so Judge RODNEY MELVILLE has given Jackson's legal team permission to sell footage of Jackson denying that he sexually abused his teenage accuser GAVIN ARVIZO, reports British newspaper the DAILY MIRROR.
The Jackson family's lawyer, BRIAN OXMAN says, "Enormous money is being offered for rebuttal programmes and we'd like to take advantage."
Jackson has pleaded not guilty to 10 felony charges of child molestation, administering an intoxicating agent and conspiracy involving allegations of child abduction, false imprisonment and extortion.15/03/2005 03:13