Jackson Sued By Law Firm
Superstar MICHAEL JACKSON has been ordered to pay $256,000 (GBP128,000) in overdue fees to a California law firm, according to court papers filed in Los Angeles.
The Thriller hitmaker has been ordered by Torrance Superior Court to pay the fees to law firm of Ayscough and Marar after failing to compensate for their services following his 2005 sex abuse case.
It is believed Jackson's lawyers have agreed to pay the outstanding fees.
Last month (Jun07), Jackson settled a breach-of-contract lawsuit with financial company Prescient Acquisitions Group over $48 million (GBP24 million) brokerage fees for the singer's multi-million dollar loans.