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His Butt Was So Scarred...

It Nearly Broke My Needle

7/12/2013 12:20 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF
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Michael Jackson
's buttocks were so scarred and infected from long-term drug injections ... the singer's thickened skin nearly broke his doctor's syringe -- this according to the doctor's testimony.

Dr. Stuart Finkelstein -- who cared for MJ back in 1993 during his "Dangerous" tour -- sat for a deposition earlier this year in Katherine Jackson's wrongful death lawsuit against AEG, describing the signs of MJ's drug addiction, and the testimony was just shown to the jury this week in court.
We got video of the depo and the details are crazy -- Finkelstein described one incident, saying, "I attempted to give [Michael] a shot of Demerol [a painkiller] but his buttocks were so scarred up and abscessed that the needle almost bent."

Finkelstein said the scarring resulted from "significant, extensive" shots of drugs over time.

He also describes his bizarre interactions with MJ back in the day, including squirt gun fights. You gotta see it.


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Wacko thought everyone would feel bad for him and call him an innocent child loving man if he
held little boys tightly & pretended they, no matter if they killed someone or fantasized about child porn, were just misguided troubled kids
The pedophile who was imprisoned for killing a boy & owning child porn was recently released from prison.
I bet Wacko fanatics don't consider this wrong because Wacko loved all boys, sold Thriller, moonwalked & went through life with no mental health care, got humiliated & called out as a freak & pedophile, owned 3 kids in a failed effort to
alleviate pain from life with Joe Jackson.

374 days ago


good evening, I pass on your site for expressed my anger. because of this article which had put to you on Michael. it is not at all good to say things similar, on him I do not like a his whole. it is really anything which one says on him one needs stopped all that. besides by TMZ. I do not understand why you put similar article Michael is a person whom one owes respected... this article is really a cloth

373 days ago

Danger Baby    

OMG! This story is sooo outrageous!

So the Doctor who was on MJ's Dangerous tour from June 27, 1992, to November 11, 1993, just notices one day that hisMJ's Butt was scarred?

I mean are you kidding me? If true it certainly did not happen overnite and the Doctor should have noticed at some point prior. Also, do you know how many injections he would have had for his entire butt to be covered in scar tissue?
Not possible by any means.

Just another QUACK.....


Hilarious, hahaha, impossible, hahaha,

especially for big fat ass like you, you can't imagine right!!!!

ROFLMAO!!! funniest thing from Mimipoogoo!!!

Now BADASS PARTY is official kicking off!!!!


Mimi's OMG moment!!! Priceless!!!


I know this is kind of getting old, but I still am laughing all weekend long. Such good and free entertainment, only the rabids can provide and TMZ is where they show their dumbness.



This is not getting old, everyday we are learning something new about the rabids. For example, now we know there are many different levels of dumbness, for Sarajane, it is willful dumbness, for Phia it is simpleton dumbness, for HN, it is ignorant dumbness, for Mimi, it is Rotten Ass Savage Dumbness.

373 days ago


Michael Jackson had 'died twice before of drug overdoses'
28 Apr 2013 00:00
The King of Pop was discovered slumped with no signs of life after visits by his personal “medical staff” on two separate occasions in the 1990s, a maid claims

King of Pop: Michael Jackson
King of Pop: Michael Jackson
Michael Jackson was twice found “dead” by frantic staff after popping dozens of pills given to him by dodgy doctors, his former maid claims today.

The King of Pop was discovered slumped with no signs of life after visits by his personal “medical staff” on two separate occasions in the 1990s.

The startling revelations come just a day before Jacko’s family are set to go head-to-head with concert promoters in a $40billion court case into his death.

Adrian McManus, the Billie Jean singer’s personal maid during the 1990s, said she and other staff members ­frequently stumbled across Jackson “dead” or passed out on a ­****tail of prescription drugs. She said: “One day I knocked on his door, but got no answer so I went in to clean. He was lying on the bed, ­motionless, looking very pale.

“I called several times, but he didn’t answer. As I got closer his eyes were open and he appeared not to be breathing.

“My heart sank as I thought he was dead. I called his name for several ­minutes. I feared that he was gone for ever, but then he came to suddenly. He didn’t say a word, but burst into tears.”

Adrian said she thought about calling for help, but had been warned before by the singer to not involve “outsiders”.

She also reveals that another incident occurred just a few weeks later, in 1993, when Michael’s security guard found him lifeless at the edge of a swimming pool.

Adrian said: “The guard thought he was dead. He feared the worst, trying to wake him by shaking and ­shouting at him. He couldn’t find a pulse and he didn’t appear to be breathing.”

Terrified his boss was dead, the ­worker radioed another guard, who performed life-saving treatment. Adrian added: “Michael made his guards train in CPR so they knew what to do.”

Adrian also revealed the singer had dozens of bottles of drugs in his rooms in bags, wardrobes and among c­lothes. ­Unknown doctors and medical “professionals” would file into his ­Neverland ranch in California and lock themselves away with Jackson for hours at a time.

She added: “It is a shock that people didn’t realise he had such issues, as it was common knowledge in the 1990s. Michael was not a pop hero, but a messed- up, depraved junkie, who was manipulative, twisted and demonic. I still have nightmares thinking about Neverland.”

Jackson, 50, died in Los Angeles on June 25, 2009 from a lethal dose of the surgical anaesthetic Propofol that his doctor Conrad Murray administered for sleep problems. Murray was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter in 2011.

His mother Katherine, 82, is ­suing AEG Live — promoters of his ill-fated 2009 “This Is It” tour — in America for the wrongful death of her son, but news of Jackson’s drug taking could adversely affect the family’s claim that AEG Live was negligent in hiring Dr Murray to care Jackson as he rehearsed for the shows. AEG deny any negligence.

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Thank God, we really appreciate the hardwork that Dr. Murray put out. Good riddance.

373 days ago


Michael Jackson's comeback shows could have netted him over $1.2b, says accountant
AP JULY 16, 2013 5:46AM
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AN entertainment accounting expert says Michael Jackson could have earned $US1.1 billion ($1.2 billion) or more if he had performed a worldwide concert tour and created a Las Vegas show before his death.

Arthur Erk, a certified public accountant who conducts royalty audits for musicians, told jurors that Jackson may have earned $US1.5 billion for the shows if he had charged higher ticket prices during later shows on the "This Is It'' tour.

Mr Erk said he was using conservative estimates to figure Jackson's earning potential if he had lived for several more years, completed a worldwide tour and created a Las Vegas show based on his music. The estimates took into account endorsements and royalties that Jackson could have earned and are heavily dependent on the idea that Jackson would have performed a 37-month world tour.

His testimony was meant to show jurors the superstar's earning potential in the case brought by Jackson's mother against concert promoter AEG Live LLC.

Katherine Jackson claims AEG Live is liable for her son's death because it failed to properly investigate the doctor convicted of giving the singer an anesthetic overdose.

AEG denies it hired the doctor or bears any responsibility for Jackson's death at age 50 in June 2009.

Mr Erk's figures also account for an estimated $US134 million the singer would have likely spent before retiring from show business at age 65, Mr Erk said.

AEG will likely contest the estimates, and the defense objected to the accountant offering his opinion in several areas. A judge overruled those objections.

Jackson had signed on for only 50 shows in London, although contracts for the shows indicated longer tour was a possibility.

Jurors will have to determine the amount of any damages in the case if they find AEG Live is liable for Jackson's death.

Mr Erk said Jackson contemplated doing a Las Vegas show based on his music and archival footage that would have generated new royalties for the singer. Plaintiff's attorney Kevin Boyle said the estimates anticipated the Vegas show would run 10 years.

Jackson also contemplated a film career, according to testimony from his nephew Taj Jackson and the singer's longtime creative collaborator, Kenny Ortega. Mr Erk will not offer any estimates on how much Jackson may have earned if he had a successful film career.

Mr Erk is testifying as an expert witness. The accountant also performed royalty audits on companies that released Jackson's music during the height of his popularity in the 1980s, he said.


This accountant should have his license revoked.

It is commonly agreed that MJ is worth more dead than alive.

Assuming MJ was lucky enough to escape death, he would still have to cancel his show because he was not ready, then fans would turn on him, merchandise will be flooded in Walmart.

Has he taken a course in risk management? Or lost cutting project management?

What happens now is the best for his children who can avoid getting molested. The Estate growing in profits, and AEG has recouped all the lost revenue.
And He, MJ, himself finally got some long term sleeping arrangement.

373 days ago


NFL owner faces Michael Jackson controversy after Fulham purchase
Shad Khan couldn’t have seen this coming.
By SIMON SAMANO – July 14, 2013 at 12:20am EDT
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The "King of Pop" in 1993. (AP Photo/Jeff Widerner)
The “King of Pop” in 1993. (AP Photo/Jeff Widerner)
Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shad Khan purchased English Premier League soccer club Fulham on Friday in a deal thought to be worth more than $200 million. He spent Saturday standing on Fulham’s pitch speaking to the London media, and you’d think questions surrounding the team or owning football teams in two countries would dominate.
Except apparently that wasn’t the case.
Now-former team owner Mohamed Al Fayed had a statue of Michael Jackson — yes, thee Michael Jackson — built outside of Fulham’s Craven Cottage Stadium after the “King of Pop” died in 2009. It’s very dear to him, as you can see.
Mohamed Al Fayed and his beloved Michael Jackson statue. (Getty Images)
Mohamed Al Fayed and his beloved Michael Jackson statue. (Getty Images)
The only problem is that the statue hasn’t been popular with the locals, many of whom want it removed from outside the stadium. And now that Al Fayed no longer owns the team, the burning question surrounds the future of the statue’s existence.
From The Associated Press:
Now that the Cottagers have been sold, might the statue be removed?
Khan hesitated.
“I’ve been an owner less than a day,” he said, searching for a diplomatic response. “We have to preserve and respect history, but we have to move forward. I’ll reflect on it and listen to the fans, then decide.”
There’s no decision to be made, according to Al Fayed.
“Michael Jackson will stay — it’s part of the deal,” the Egyptian said, before adding with Khan in ear-shot: “Are you listening to me about Michael Jackson? You promise now? Otherwise … I will take your moustache off.”
No way Khan can let that happen. Look at how glorious that thing is.
(AP Photo/Stephen Morton)
(AP Photo/Stephen Morton)
It’s settled, then. The statue stays. At least we hope so for the sake of that man-tastic mustache.
Michael Jackson would like that, too.


The only problem is that the statue hasn’t been popular with the locals, many of whom want it removed from outside the stadium. And now that Al Fayed no longer owns the team, the burning question surrounds the future of the statue’s existence.
From The Associated Press:
Now that the Cottagers have been sold, might the statue be removed.

I remember the rabids all said they loved that beautiful stature, wonder why the locals don't.


No, MJ would not love that mustache, now Harv might, ask Mimi!!!

373 days ago

miss b    

This is my first time to visit a Michael Jackson board,I have heard that you people were brutal and wow, they were right,brutal but funny as hell.

373 days ago


Sounds like more than drug shots.. hardcore crazy gay sex?

373 days ago


This "doctor" looks like a very bad version of Clark Kent!! Didn't have super powers though.

372 days ago


Sounds like one ugly ass!

349 days ago


I bet his anus was scarred pretty good too

348 days ago
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