Michael Jackson Rehab Interventions vs Family Concert Tours

And it’s all just a little bit of history repeating —

Et Tu, Brutus?

This is a timeline of the conflicting stories about “interventions” by the Jackson family, and also the attempts they made to recruit him into tours during the same period, intending to show the overlap between the two; if they accuse AEG of putting undue pressure on Jackson it would seem they were guilty of the same thing.

Story about a family member who may be selling stories on MJ’s reported drug addiction as an attempt to retaliate against him, Roger Friedman –  January 6th 2006

Michael Jackson had a perfect, five-star, expensive Christmas in Bahrain, thanks to his host, the prince.

Jackson flew in his three main surrogate families from different locations, put them up in hotels and got them expensive gifts. The families were: the Schleiters, from Germany; the Bhatti’s, from Norway; and the Cascio’s from New Jersey.

The report from the Jackson holiday was a good one, however…

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One Response to Michael Jackson Rehab Interventions vs Family Concert Tours

  1. Ara Taylor says:

    For sure, I’m on the same page as you, and I feel a need to state the obvious:

    Trying to initiate an intervention does not mean that the intented recipient is addicted to drugs or in need of an intervention.

    Michael rebuffed these “attempted interventions” a number of times, each time declaring adamantly that he was not addicted to drugs. There has been abundant evidence presented in this trial that Michael, was in fact, not a drug addict: numerous security guards, nurses, doctors, etc. have admitted and stated that they never personally observed him abusing drugs.

    Furthmore none of the Jackson family members were even allowed to be in close enough proximity to Michael to observe with any accuracy whether he was addicted to drugs or not. So their testimony is mere speculation. This according to Randy Jackson: he had never seen Michael take drugs but he’d witnessed him slurring–twice. Twice. In how many years?

    Money intervention is more like what they were after: Michael suspected so–with good reason, and rebuffed them accordingly..

    I don’t get this family. Are they on Michael’s side? Or willing to slander him at any cost to his reputation and the happiness of his beloved children, in the pursuit of money?


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