The King of Pop Michael Jackson had a secret bill to his name. His main publicist Raymone Bain said: “You haven’t heard much from me for 10 years. They asked me to speak up about certain matters regarding Michael Jackson. Do I like the direction the estate has taken over the last few years? The allegations about Michael Jackson and whether his legacy has been protected and maintained over the last 10 years?
“As well as his publicist, I was his music licensing woman. I held four powers of attorney, including Neverland Ranch and several bank accounts.
“He was methodical, thorough, and precise. I have hoped and prayed that MJ’s will, dated 2006, would be found because in it he outlined how he wanted his legacy preserved.”
Michael Jackson has topped Forbes Magazine’s list of highest-earning dead celebrities for the past seven years.
According to reports, the will enforced after Jackson’s death on August 25, 2009, was dated from July 7, 2002.
It gave his mother Katherine 40 percent of the estate with the same amount split between his three children (Prince, Paris, and Blanket) and the remaining 20 percent going to children’s charities.
Katherine was also named the legal guardian of the children, with the duty passing to Diana Ross in the event Katherine was no longer able.
Michael’s estranged father Joe was left out of the will, along with all his siblings and his former wife, Deborah Jean Rowe Jackson, the mother of his two eldest children, Prince Michael and Paris.
Speaking of the ‘secret’ will, Bain said: “I don’t have it, I don’t know where it is and we have to deal with the hand we’re dealt.
“But I’ve had the honor of sitting with him and the notary.
“In the 10 years since his death, I know of no scholarship to any college in his name, or music studio, university, or hospital.”