J.K.Rowling talks about her demons and suicide attempt

Rowling, who seems to have an estimated £519million, revealed how she fight with demons while being a single mother and also struggling to become famous. In order to make this interview, Oprah flew to Scotland especially to meet Rowling, who said that her former husband Dr. Neil Murray was the “love of her life”.

The writer also made public why she did not accepted Michael Jackson’s offer. Nevertheless, rumors say she is “the first self-made billionaire author in history”.

She opened up about her “depression, her biggest regrets, and the love of her life”.

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Michael Jackson’s mother, Katherine Jackson, can’t live with $26K per month

The woman claims she’s not able to live a decent life with a $26,000-a-month allowance. Therefore, she asks for more money.

According to TMZ researches, a file order by a judge showed that the “Counsel will give notice of proposed action re: adjustment to family allowance for the benefit of Katherine Jackson.”

Moreover, sources say that Misses Jackson currently has a $26,804 allowance a month.

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Conrad Murray plans to call Michael Jackson’s kids to testify on his behalf

The doctor believes that by the children’s testimony he will succeed in showing he is not guilty of killing the singer with a lethal overdose of Propofol as authorities concluded.

It seems that Paris and Prince Michael Jackson are the kids that will testify that their father had a drug addiction.

According to a source “after saying goodbye to her dad at the hospital, Paris said, ‘My daddy is so cold again. He was always cold. He would sit by the fire to get warm.

We were always afraid he would fall in as he was so close to the flames.” “He couldn’t get warm. Now there he is … so cold.”

Moreover, the source added: “Prince and Paris knew their dad relied on Dr. Murray to survive and knew their father adored him … it would work well in the eyes of a jury.”

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Katherine Jackson claims AEG breached health and safety duties

The singer seemed to have been extremely disoriented before he died because of AEG requests even if Michael shouldn’t be on stage.

Moreover, as reports say, AEG forced MJ into poor medical care from a person in their payroll.

According to the lawsuit, “AEG had legal duties to Michael Jackson to treat him safely and to not put him in harm’s way.

But AEG, despite knowledge of Michael Jackson’s physical condition, breached those duties by putting its desire for massive profits over [health and safety].”

The star had a busy schedule with 50 shows in the UK last summer.

“Due AEG’s actions and inactions, three loving children lost their father, a loving mother and father lost their son, siblings lost their brother, and the world lost its most celebrated entertainer.”

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Father beat Michael Jackson in order to be good and not run wild with gangsters

Joe decided to give this interview due to preparation for a second MJ movie that is set to appear next year.

Michael revealed how traumatized he was when even seeing his father: he was scared, sometimes even fainting.

Joe said: “I had to be like that. In those days, so many gangs were out there getting into trouble, going to jail. Most of them are dead now. He didn’t have to worry about that.”

Asked if he had any regrets, he added: “No! They tried to make a big issue when I spanked Michael or some of the kids, ya know?

“Just like they didn’t spank their kids when they did wrong. The media twists everything.”

In interviews made public during his life, MJ said about father’s beatings: “We were terrified of him. Terrified. I don’t think he realized how scared, I mean scared, so scared I would regurgitate.

“Just seeing him, sometimes I would faint and my bodyguards would have to hold me up.

“I hated him… yes, strong hate.”

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Michael Jackson new movie

If “This Is It” brings together key moments during the last rehearsal before the King of Pop concerts, the new documentary will be made up of footage shot during a tour given by Michael and his brothers in 1981.

The man behind this business is Ron Newt, a close friend of Michael, which the megastar gave exclusive materials with rehearsals for the Triumph Tour, held almost 30 years ago.

After seeing the success of “This Is It” which grossed $ 144 million, Newt thought to release the recordings in a new film that will last 64 minutes.

Michael can be seen with his brothers, dancing, singing and offering guidance to directors in their connection with artistic moments introduced in his concerts.

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Will.i.am is against the release of Michael Jackson’s postmortem album

The Black Eyed Peas singer is against this decision and believes that this album should not ever occur, although he was a fan.

“I do not think this album should be released. This is a bad thing. Michael was a perfectionist and he would not have liked it. How can you release an album of Michael Jackson when he isn’t here to bless it?” said the artist.

Will.i.am has worked with Michael to re-lunch the album “Thriller” in 2008.

He then saw how Michael liked to put his mark on everything he did and get out every thing as he wanted: perfect. And this purpose is also the statement of Black Eyed Peas singer.

“Given that he isn’t part of this great process, why they keep want to release the album? He was my friend, but I guess this means disrespect to Michael Jackson and his work,” added the singer.

Michael Jackson’s new album with ten songs unknown to the public, will be released in November

The man in charge with preparing the new album is Rodney Jerkins, the producer of the album “Invincible” in 2001, Michael Jackson’s last studio album, before his death in June last year.

The album will be released by Sony Music in November after completion a business-record by the production house, which has paid in March, 250 million dollars to Michael Jackson’s heirs to edit ten albums of his music and launch artist name associated derivatives in the next seven years.

Besides these ten songs to be released on the new album, “The King of Pop” left behind about 100 other songs that have not been released yet, many of them dating from his heyday, in the 80s. Artist manager, Frank DiLeo, confirmed that some songs were recorded by Michael Jackson with Akon and will.i.am, in the ’90s.

Michael Jackson is not the first artist whose career continues long after his death. Seven original albums under Tupac Shakur’s signature was released after the rapper was killed in 1996. Also, Johnny Cash’s first album, came in first place, was launched in 2006, three years after the death of the famous country singer.

Diana Ross’s niece claims she is Michael Jackson’s daughter

Mocienne Petit Jackson, who lives in Netherlands, submitted a file to Superior Court of Justice in Los Angeles requesting approval of a DNA test to establish paternity.

The woman claims that she was born in 1975, when Michael Jackson, then 17 years old, had left pregnant her mother, Barbara, Diana Ross’s sister.

Mocienne Petit Jackson accuses Katherine Jackson of trying to kidnap her when she was nine years old trying to defend the “reputation” of Michael.

Mocienne Petit Jackson claims she was diagnosed with vitiligo, the same skin disease that Michael Jackson suffered. She decided to initiate this action in order to formally request the rightfully part of her “father” legacy.

She also asked for the custody of three children of MJ, saying she wanted to give them “a normal life.”

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Norman Scherer: “Michael Jackson was my best customer that Video Oyster ever had”

“The story about me selling Michael Jackson videos is true, but the slant that he was a Hitler fan may not be true. I believe he was more interested in the fashion and movement aspect of Hitler and the Nazis. Please try to give this great man a break, I never thought badly of him and he was my best customer that Video Oyster ever had. I am out of the rare tape business and into educating kids about NYC history and do not have a financial motivation about this press frenzy. Feel free to email me to help get the facts straight. I never said he displayed these Hitler videos in his Neverland Ranch, and I was never a dealer in Nazi memorabilia,” Norman commented.

Norman Scherer - a New York salesman of rate video, claims he helped Jackson to form “a really good collection”

We then contacted Norman Scherer and ask him for some quick answers, assuming that he might be right about Michael Jackson and that all this crazy media waves are just an unfair storm in a glass of water.

InRumor: What is Video Oyster?

Norman Scherer: Video Oyster was a rare VHS distributor that started in 1990 after I left Variety Newspaper (after 11 years) I was working for Bowker (a sister company of Variety) creating, selling and distributing Varietys complete home video directory when I pitched Bowker to create a directory of out of print videos. They did go for the idea so I quit and started Video Oyster in 1990. Video Oyster created a magazine called Pearls and sold thousands of rare video titles. I bought these titles from stores around the country and video brokers (mostly in Clearwater Florida and Dallas Texas). I shopped for Michaels requests when I was living in New Orleans, in early 1996.

InRumor: What was your relation with Michael Jackson?

Norman Scherer: Michael was my best customer but only dealt with his people for 5 months. Never met or talked with Michael but dealt with Scotty (Scott Shaffer) who relayed to me what Michael wanted.

InRumor: From your point of view, why do you think he wanted the documentaries about the Nazi regime?

Norman Scherer: I always belived he wanted the Hitler/Nazi videos for the fashion and movement aspects. I thought he wanted the videos about young boys with troubled families as a way to understand and help the young boys that he associated with and liked to be around.

InRumor: Is it possible that Michael Jackson would have been interested in other aspects besides Nazi’s uniforms? Worship leader, maybe?

Norman Scherer: He might have liked Hitler for the power trip as well but since I didn’t really talk to him I couldn’t really say.

InRumor: Did Scott Schaffer told you some interesting facts about MJ that you can share with us?

Norman Scherer: Scotty never shared anything but when heck sister on getting a 10% cut of future orders IN cash. I secretly videotaped him taking the money and would not hand it to him unless he danced like Michael (which he did). After that payoff I brought the rest of the kids tapes (mostly crap) to the four seasons hotel to see if Michael wanted any of the tapes I never showed him, three quarters of that batch were quickly returned and that was the end of my sales to Michael.

InRumor: Overall, what do you think about Michael Jackson?

Norman Scherer: I always loved his music and respected him as a great artist. This world is full of greedy adults that lie, cheat and steal. It’s no wonder he chose to be around the innocent, honest and happy children. He was cheated out of his youth and I imagine watched Disney films to try to recapture the years he lost. Michael in future history will surely be remembered better that the way he has been trashed by the media today.

Whether Michael Jackson was fascinated by Adolf Hitler’s regime or he just wanted to learn more about the tumultuous period of that time, he will always remain in all our memories as the greates musician, the true King of Pop!