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Michael Jackson Estate Claims Property Taken From Home Right After His Death


A photo made Monday, Nov. 7, 2011 shows the pool and backyard as seen from a second floor window of the Carolwood Drive home where singer Michael Jackson passed away in 2009, in Beverly Hills, Calif. Julien’s Auctions will sell various antique furnishings and paintings that surrounded the King of Pop at the home he rented as he prepared for a series of comeback concerts. The auction is set for Dec. 17. (AP Photo/Dan Steinberg) Every year since the death of Michael Jackson we learn more about the events around his death and the people he had around him. Recently, the King of Pop’s estate claims that his property was pillaged soon after his death. Allegedly, this man was a “significant other” from one of Michael’s siblings, who is named Jeffre Phillips. The report says he moved into the house for nine days after Michael’s death.  The claim says, he stole Michael’s iPhone allegedly as well as Michael’s driver’s license and prescription pill bottles. Phillips allegedly took some handwritten notes from Michael and some legal and business paperwork from his home. There are no reports on who Phillips is engaged to, but the lawsuit was filed on Friday.

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