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The actress who passed away last year had her biggest earning from the auction of her personal belongings.
Portrayed by Jeffrey Robinson, the supervillain persona of Slade Wilson is seen rocking his iconic half-yellow and half-black mask while holding Oliver Queen's arrow.
LiLo debuts a wrong color of her newly-dyed hair, while Prince, Blanket and Paris Jackson are beaming as they are joined by their aunt La Toya Jackson.
Through her lawyer, Janet is calling an article about Randall Sullivan's book on her brother Michael's funeral 'false and defamatory'.
The Katherine Jackson business partner and all companies involved settle the copyright dispute case with the administrators of MJ's estate for $2.5 million.
The promoter of the King of Pop's 2009 comeback concerts describes the artist as 'an emotionally paralyzed mess who was scared to death.'
The four-day celebration is kicked off with a vigil at the 2300 Jackson St. home where Michael lived with his siblings and parents until 1969.
The questions surrounding the authenticity of MJ's signature on his will are not over yet as Howard Mann claims he holds evidence that allegedly can prove it's fake.
Janet, Randy and Rebbie criticize the Michael Jackson Estate executors for harming 'fundamental family relationships' and isolating Katherine from anyone challenging them.
When she enters a plea to share guardianship of her grandchildren with TJ, Katherine Jackson admits to the court she was tricked into believing that Paris, Prince and Blanket were fine.
The gig is going to be a part of celebratory events that is scheduled to take place on August 29 in the family's hometown of Gary, Indiana.
The Jackson matriarch wants to legally share with TJ responsibilities of taking care of her grandchildren Paris, Prince and Blanket.
Marlon Jackson makes it clear that his only intention is to keep his mother safe as tweeting, 'Now that she is home and safe I'm finish.'
In expletive rants, the 'Look at Me Now' hitmaker tells the feuding family to 'stop making y'all business public' and putting MJ's kids through the bullcrap.
While holding back her tears, the Jackson matriarch says the court ruling is 'based on a bunch of lies' and announces, 'I am going home to straighten them out.'