Michael Jackson has been unable to pay his Neverland Ranch workers for the past seven weeks and still owes $270 million dollars in loans. Prince Abdullah, son of the king of Bahrain, had previously been funding all of Michael Jackson’s expenses under the pretense of them being brothers. However, his family, the al-Khalifa clan, has recently told Michael Jackson that he is no longer welcome to their unlimited generosity and has been cut off. Due to this dire situation, he has been roaming the United Arab Emirates looking for a new family and a new bank account to support him.

February 17, 2006


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