Howard Weitzman’s (lawyer for Jackson’s estate) helping AEG and backing up AEG’s lies to get the $$ of the insurance policy
#MJFam Was MJ Estate helping AEG and backing up AEG’s lies to get the $$ of the insurance policy since Howard Weitzman’s (lawyer for Jackson’s estate) said about Lloyd’s complaint:
“nothing more than an insurance company trying to avoid paying a legitimate claim by the insured.” ?
Mr. Weitzman and Mr. Branca, if MJ Estate had a “legitimate claim” , why have you settled the lawsuit and kept the terms of the deal away from the public ?
Who gained from the settlement? Maybe Lloyd that paid nothing at all because they were right? Did you actually had to paid Lloyd for lying ?
I know the answer…it is because the truth is that AEG sought life insurance on ‘basket case’ Michael Jackson ….and on July 1, 2009 , when AEG “legitimately” (your words) submitted the insurance claim, MJ Estate kept the truth hidden going along with AEG lies…
MJ Estate / AEG threw MJ under a bus claiming the $ of the policy….having Lloyds go after you and your lies !!
MJ Estate SILENCE over AEG seeking and claiming (WITH LIES) life insurance on ‘basket case’ Michael Jackson , made MJ Estate/Branca, partner in crime !!
The fact that you and lloyds reached a settlement, does not change the truth about your wrongdoings.
4 years ago : MJ’s life , bargained for 17.5 millions …..
Today: MJ’s life , bargained for how much? …..
4years ago: Let’s claim $ from a policy because we can keep the truth hidden….
today: let’s settle, because they caught us lying
Too bad that MJ Estate and AEG’s lies came out of the closet…they hoped they would have easily got 17.5 millions from Lloyds
Moreover, if per AEG contract, Michael Jackson had to acquire a cancellation insurance and name the promoter AEG as a payee….. it means that Michael was both the insured and the purchaser but NOT the payee…does it means that MJ’s Children would have got NOTHING of these $…because these money were meant to go to AEG through MJ Estate executor’s hands ?! How morally right these money could have even been ?
On June 19, 2009
Production manager for “This Is It” sent an email to AEG executives Randy Phillips and Paul Gongaware that read:
“MJ was sent home without stepping foot on stage. He was a basket case and [director] Kenny [Ortega] was concerned he would embarrass himself on stage or worse yet — get hurt.”
The email, whose subject line read “Trouble at the Front,” was forwarded by Phillips to then-AEG President and CEO Tim Leiweke with the note, “We have a real problem here.”
On June 20, 2009 at 1:52 a.m.
R. Phillips wrote an email to Gongaware that said he and Leiweke were going to visit Jackson. “I am not sure what the problem is. Chemical or physiological?”
Gongaware replied: “Take the doctor with you.”
On that same day,
Ortega wrote an email to Phillips about the singer:
“There are strong signs of paranoia, anxiety and obsessive-like behavior. I think the very best thing we can do is get a top psychiatrist in to evaluate him ASAP.”
John Branca, Jackson’s attorney, also chimed in, sending an email marked “confidential” to a handful of people, including Phillips, Gongaware and Leiweke.
“I have the right therapist/spiritual advisor/substance abuse counselor who could help (recently helped Mike Tyson get sober and paroled) do we know whether there is a substance issue involved (perhaps better discussed on the phone).”
On June 23 ,
Shawn Trell, senior vice president and general counsel for AEG, asked for an update on the availability of life insurance.
“In the week leading up to Jackson’s death, those involved with the tour appeared to be contemplating damage control.”
On June 25, 2009,
Michael Jackson died
On July 1, 2009
AEG submitted an insurance claim