Neverland Falls Drom Grace

February 2, 2009
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There was a time when Neverland used to be known as the amusement park hideaway owned by king of pop Michael Jackson. It was the perfect place for entertainment not only for kids but for the young at heart with facilities like tennis courts, zoo, train and an amusement park. Neverland is from these descriptions today having lost its opulence and its purpose as an amusement park because there is really nothing there not to amuse. Instead, Neverland is now a picture of disgrace, neglect and disrepair with the teepees torn down, ripped tent, rusting merry-go-round and broken windows.

Neverland’s fall from grace is attributed to Jackson’s financial and moral disaster…

Michael Jackson to pay $100,000 for Holmby Hills Home Rental

December 28, 2008
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If Michael Jackson can afford $100,000 rental fee for a seven-bedroom home in Holmby Hills in Los Angeles then his financial status might be totally different from what is being perceived in news reports. The Richard Landry-designed three-story home includes a wine cellar, library, guest house, a heated pool, theater room, 12 fireplaces and 13 baths.

The deal was leaked to the press despite a heavy confidentiality agreement inked between Jackson and the real estate representatives. Built in 2002, the French-Chateau” style estate measures 17.171 square feet. The property was pulled out from the real estate market where it was advertised for sale at $38,000,000.

The property is considered one of the…