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Family said they're 'saddened' by the decision of the firm who owned the late singer's home to put it up for sale.
The 'Charmed' actress posted a response to the users who made comments on one of Rose's photos which was shared on Tuesday.
The new reality show will follow Jermaine Jackson's former wife and her five children after leaving Encino.
Never-before-seen images from Jacko's photo shoot for Ebony magazine in 2007 become the center of the legal dispute.
The 'Halo' singer shares some words about the late King of Pop on her site, saying that Jackson 'changed me, and helped me to become the artist I am.'
Pulse Evolution, which produced Jackson's performance at last month's Billboard Music Awards, files a $10M lawsuit against Alki David who claimed the company violated his patent rights.
According to a new report, the late King of Pop's family still has plenty of materials in their vaults despite the little demand for his new music.
The Denmark group called The Bottle Boys performs a cover of the late King of Pop's hit single by blowing into empty beer bottles.
The student has reportedly received an invitation from MJ's estate to a Las Vegas show following his impressive performance on high school talent rally.
The producer, who worked with Jackson for hits like 'Thriller' and 'Bad', says that the late King of Pop's estate and lawyers are all 'trying to make money.'
The rock duo's new album debuts at No. 1 with 164,000, while the late King of Pop's new posthumous release comes at No. 2 with 157,000.
David Alki, who claims he has rights to the hologram technology, says his own plan for a holographic Jackson performance will be ruined if the late King of Pop appears at the awards show.
The CEO of Epic Records talks about Bieber-featured 'Slave 2 the Rhythm' that leaked last year before revealing that a new song featuring the Canadian singer and Jackson may come in the future.
The music video features vintage footage of Jacko busting his signature moves and new footage of multiple dancers showing off their inspired routines.
An attorney for Jackson's estate, Harry Weitzman, says, 'We believe these false and scurrilous allegations will not prevail.'