Comments:Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch to be auctioned off

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You can have anything inside or outside the house, but if you find any young boys, please return them to Michael. (Zachary) 05:26, 27 February 2008 (UTC)[reply]

* Make sure they have pants on before putting them on the plane as well?Nam3witha3init - (talk) 12:28, 27 February 2008 (UTC)[reply]

Michael Jackson[edit]

It seems that even people as well off as Michael Jackson, the King of Pop, could use a payday loan himself in these times. He has been getting a lot of coverage of his legal and financial troubles, and it apparently has come to a head. It has just been announced that Jackson will hold a 5 day auction in April of 2009, selling off various personal items. Among the lots for sale are the gates to his Neverland Ranch, and the white glove he wore in the video to his smash hit "Billy Jean." Since his eccentric behavior has gotten more and more high profile, some members of the press have taken to labeling him "Wacko Jacko." Jackson also recently settled a lawsuit brought against him by a member of the Bahraini royal family, out of court, who claimed that Jackson owed him money for not delivering a book and an album that Jackson agreed to produce in exchange for living expenses while he stayed in Bahrain for a few months. A spokesman for the Beverly Hills auction house said that it is not a forced sale, though sources close to Jackson say he ahs been living beyond his means for some time. If you don't to want to have to sell your stuff during a sudden dent into your budget, you can always look into options like payday loans.

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