Lawsuit against Michael Jackson dismissed

January 15th, 2008 - 10:26 pm ICT by admin  


Washington, Jan 15(ANI): A lawsuit filed against pop star Michael Jackson by a 22-year-old man has been dismissed after the applicant failed to show up for the commencement of the trial.

Daniel Kapon had filed a lawsuit against the pop star, stating that Jackson had molested and sexually assaulted him for 12 years. The case however was dismissed after he failed to show up.

“I think the judge realized how crazy the lawsuit was,” E!News quoted Jacksons attorney Thomas C. Mundell, as saying.

In the original lawsuit filed in January 2006 in Orange County, and then refiled in Los Angeles in March, Kapon accused Jackson of a litany of sins, including child molestation, assault, battery, false imprisonment, plagiarism and fraud.

He also said that Jackson had started molesting him when he was 2 years old and sexually assaulted him for over the next 12 years.

Kapon claimed that Jackson forced him into drugs and alcohol and subjected him to unnecessary cosmetic surgery, burned, tortured and beating.

He also accused the 49-year-old singer of stealing his song ideas.

In his deposition, Kapon said that Jackson had him ejaculate into a jar and later used his semen to impregnate ex-wife Debbie Rowe.

“He was obsessed with geniuses and blood lines and he told me that he wanted to continue my blood line, which he believed to be related to the Rothschilds,” said Kapon.

However, Jacksons lawyer claimed, “These are not good-faith deposition answers. They are the ravings of an unbalanced celebrity stalker.”

The judge granted a motion filed by Kapons attorney, Barry Fischer, to be relieved as counsel and Fischer has also filed a missing person report against the plaintiff. (ANI)

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