Jackson ‘bequeathed 200 unpublished songs for kids’June 28th, 2009 - 12:15 pm ICT by ANI
London, June 28 (ANI): Michael Jackson reportedly bequeathed 200 unpublished songs estimated to be worth as much as 100 million dollars for his children.
The King of Pop, who was nearly destitute in the final years of his life, was said to have set up the contingency plan months before his death to make sure his kids would be well looked after in the event of bankruptcy.
According to the singer’s reported will, which is yet to be made public, the songs cannot fall into the hands of the creditors, reports The Telegraph.
His children Michael Jr, known as Prince, aged 12, Paris, 11; and Prince Michael II, 7, are also to allegedly remain with his 79-year-old mother Katherine in California.
The allegations are to be made in Jackson’s biography penned by Ian Halperin.
The Final Years of Michael Jackson will also allege that Jackson was reportedly receiving regular injections for a genetic condition that had ruined his lungs and left him unable to sing.
Other claims made in the biography include that the singer feared being killed and told friends he wanted to end his life, according to the Mail. (ANI)
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