Michael Jackson's Estate Sued for Ignoring Creditor's Claim
Michael Jackson's former Las Vegas landlord has filed a lawsuit against the late singer's estate, amid allegations executors ignored his creditor's claim to repair $234,000 (GBP146,250) in damages caused by the star.
Aner Iglesias alleged in a 2009 creditor's claim that Jackson left his Las Vegas mansion in such disarray during his stay from 2008 to 2009 the phone and alarm systems needed to be replaced. The claim also included reports of further damage to the interior and exterior of the home, reports TMZ.com.
But executors of the Jackson estate have yet to address his claims, according to new documents filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court. A spokesperson for the Jackson estate could not be reached for comment as WENN went to press.
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