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New Claim -- MJ Was a Home Wrecker

12/8/2009 8:00 PM PST BY TMZ STAFF

 MJ Was a Home Wrecker Michael Jackson allegedly left his Las Vegas mansion in shambles -- this according to the latest in an endless stream of creditor's claims filed against the estate.

Aner Iglesias is demanding $234,000 from Michael's estate, to repair damages to the exterior and interior of the home, and to replace the phone and alarm system.

Aner claims the $234k is just an estimate -- the price tag may go up.


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226.

so wrong    

You know it's so ironic; I NEVER paid attention to any of these tabloid trash stuff before because I always knew it was lies and just full of nonsense. I've only been trying to follow TMZ lately to hear about MJ case. However, the more I read this stuff, the more I believe everything Michael said in the past. It's so obvious what these tabloid trash websites - magazines do, just post anything, anything at all. Not one ounce of fact.

Just makes me believe more and more everything positve about Michael Jackson and makes me believe now, more than ever, everything he said!

Ironic really! RIP, MJ!

1787 days ago
227.

Rx    

What a face. Is this Wacko Jacko or Frankenstein???

1787 days ago
228.

WillOTheWisp    


Posted at 7:36PM on Dec 8th 2009 by lol@stupidity


Yeah stupid! Why do you keep laughing at yourself?

1787 days ago
229.

Linda Lovelest    

Michael Jackson, Axl Rose, Amy Winehouse make the World's Worst Hotel Guests List...

Michael Jackson has been named one of The World's Worst Hotel Guests, a list compiled by website Concierge.com due to his irresponsible behavior in dangling his nine-month-old son Prince Michael II over the balcony of a hotel in Berlin, Germany, in 2002.

The website also criticizes Jackson for forcing the World Music Awards to book nearly the whole of London's Hempel Hotel before his performance in 2006. He also asked staff to erect an 18 foot wall on the first floor to protect his privacy. In 2007, Jackson reportedly requested bowls of Haribo gummy sweets, a large mirror, and a giant xylophone for his stay at another London hotel.
http://www.esato.com/board/viewtopic.php?topic=174561

1787 days ago
230.

iza    

Lies lies and more lies by TMZ. What about the peeing in cups story.

1787 days ago
231.

A.B.    

Sure - Michael Jackson was known as a violent man who wrecked everything around him.

Honestly, I find this hard to believe. How on earth is he (or his children, reportedly well behaved) supposed to have damaged a house?

No, Neverland was not a mess before the police raided it. They turned the place upside down. (Remember, THEY filmed the footage, 70 officers bravely storming the place with GUNS, since, of course, as we all know Michael Jackson was such a violent man.) Both in the infamous Bashir film and in home movies you see a pretty tidy home. Lived-in, but certainly no a mess.

1787 days ago
232.

A.B.    

As for the one time MJ actually did trash a place, the Mirage hotel room when he learned he was accused of child molestation and would have to turn himself in to the police (which he did), one article says, "A devastated Jackson then acted completely out of character, hurling furniture around his room. " I think that's true - that was totally out of character.

As for him being on the list of the worst hotel guests, it seems to have to do with him being very demanding, not with trashing the rooms.

1787 days ago
233.

so wrong    

Michael was responsible for his bills, nobody else.
If he had incompetent people who weren't paying the bills, MJ is still to blame. Ignorance is no excuse for not paying the bills. His money, his debts.



Posted at 2:12AM on Dec 9th 2009 by Cal

Maybe you're an accountant but not for someone worth, ah...like a billion dollars so shut the f@ck up!

OH BS, Michael was paying people to pay his bills. How would one know they weren't getting paid. Half of this nonsense is just BS. This story listed is BS!

1787 days ago
234.

so wrong    

As for him being on the list of the worst hotel guests, it seems to have to do with him being very demanding, not with trashing the rooms.

Posted at 3:09AM on Dec 9th 2009 by A.B.

BS, Michael never trashed anything, please. this story is a total lie, read the previous comments!

I actually love to hear stories that Mike was an ass hole, rather
hear that then he was controlled by everyone.

He was the biggest entertainer in the world. Anyone and everything
leeched on to him, he was a MONEY MAKING MACHINE, i.e, just look at
these BS TMZ stories, they're raking in the money off him.

Hell yes, build a wall for him, he should get whatever he wants.
Every place he went drew huge crowds and generated huge revenue for
anything within that perspective radius. Anyone associated with him
benefited as well. It was all about mike because it was ALL about
mike, period!

He worked his butt off to get where he was, since the age of 5. Good, glad to hear Mike was demanding. Good job Mike!

1787 days ago
235.

janicebyrne01    

Yet more parasitic greedy worms crawling out of the woodwork. Don't blame Michael. He employed staff to do housework, cleaning etc. If THEY didn't do their jobs, then go after THEM for any costs involved. Leave Michael alone.

1787 days ago
236.

moni    

Posted at 3:09AM on Dec 9th 2009 by A.B.

I love Michael, and in a certain way I can understand why he flew into a rage at the Mirage – but I agree, it was out of character, even more as, what I read, "his kids stood aside, not saying a word".

But what is wrong about ordering Haribo-sweets or a xylophon? There are other celebrities with even more eccentric demands. And no hotel is forced to provide that service for free, I'm sure they sent a pretty nice bill to Michael for that.

1787 days ago
237.

so wrong    

I love Michael, and in a certain way I can understand why he flew into a rage at the Mirage – but I agree, it was out of character, even more as, what I read, "his kids stood aside, not saying a word".

But what is wrong about ordering Haribo-sweets or a xylophon? There are other celebrities with even more eccentric demands. And no hotel is forced to provide that service for free, I'm sure they sent a pretty nice bill to Michael for that.

Posted at 3:31AM on Dec 9th 2009 by moni

Oh please, like that story is even real. Who cares!

1787 days ago
238.

Tulip    

Why does it have to be MJ? You all forget, that his Neverland-Ranch was searched by the police, wich totally trashed the place, desperate to find something that destroys MJ. And who knows what kind of people were in his house in Holmby Hills and trashed it. I don´t think that he allowed that his kids grow up in a messy house.

1787 days ago
239.

A.B.    

I don't think doubting that Michael Jackson busted a house's phone and alarm system (how'd he even do that?) counts as "idolizing" him.

A hot tip for tmz: Why not try writing posts being real, real nice to MJ for a change and see how that works? Maybe you'll even get more hits than you do now.

As a mental exercise, you people on tmz - use five minutes of your professional journalist lives to figure out what was good about this man. For starters: Was he, like, ever nice and polite to people? You think you can find someone who thought so?

1787 days ago
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A.B.    

Some people believe Tom Sneddon, the DA hellbent on putting MJ in jail but losing out big time, had a thing for Michael and that was the reason he wanted to destroy him. (The typical old white guy, father of nine, he just couldn't harbor gay feelings, right?) He used an awful lot of time showing the porn he found at Neverland, although it wasn't child pornography and thus didn't even pertain to the case at hand, just to be mean and humiliate the defendant.

I'm beginning to think maybe Harvey has a thing for MJ too, and that it's backfiring in a similar way. Harvey is openly gay so that is not the problem, there is something else about it eating him and maybe he hasn't even figured it out himself.

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