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Michael Jackson's Alleged Son Will Not Get Any Of Michael's Money
Posted by Joseph Lee on 03.10.2014

TMZ reports that Michael Jackson's alleged son Brandon Howard has no legal right to any of Michael's money from his estate. Howard has said that he has no interest in getting any money from the Estate, but he couldn't even if he wanted to. Jackson made sure that no one could touch the money except for Prince, Paris and Blanket.

His will states that his three children, along with a few charities, will be the ones to get the money. His mother Katharine will be supported as long as she is alive. In his 2002 will, he wrote: "Except as otherwise provided in this Will or in the Trust ... I have intentionally omitted to provide for my heirs."

According to the law, Jackson can keep anyone from the money that he wants, even his children. This means that Paris, Blanket, and Prince will get the estate but if anyone else appears that he fathered elsewhere, they'll get nothing.


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