Sunday, June 28, 2009

Michael Jackson bequeathed 200 unpublished songs for his children

Michael Jackson has bequeathed up to 200 unpublished songs for his three children, it has been reported by Telegraph.co.uk.

Months before his death, Michael Jackson made a contingency plan to ensure that his children would be well taken care of in the event of his bankruptcy.

200 original songs could be worth as much as $100 million, and cannot be touched by creditors. They have been left to his children Prince Michael, 12, Paris Katherine, 11, and Prince Michael II, 7 (also known as Blanket).

It has also been claimed that Jackson's will, which has not yet been made public, demands that the three of them remain with his 79-year-old mother Katherine in California.

The claims are to be made in a biography of Jackson called The Final Years of Michael Jackson, written by Ian Halperin. The book will also claim that a genetic condition had ruined Jackson's lungs and left him unable to sing. Jackson was reportedly receiving regular injections for the condition, Halperin claims, among several other unknown facts about Jackson.

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