London - (Litigious Mess): Bailiffs acting for a Bahriani princeling's recovery of Michael Jackson-owed debts have swooped on secret bank accounts held by the singer, funded by slush funds generated by former Saudi ambassador to the US Prince Bandar.
The move follows litigation in London, Washington AC/DC and New York after a paper trail showed Jackson's entire livelihood is drip-fed from the Saudi slush fund.
Jackson has been sued for the return of some $7 million owed to a Bahrain's princelet.
He has vigorously denied living off Bandar's largesse for the last ten years despite strong evidence from the UK's BAE money laundering fiasco showed the Ministry of Defence has paid Banrad up to £12 billion to secure over £40 billion-worth of arms contracts during the last 25 years.
Jackson is believed to have been part of the slush fund distribution loop ater successfully blackmailing a number of foreign notables, including - it would apear - the luckless Prince Bandar.
Bandar, currently Sordid Arabia's Minister for Water and Sewage, was unavailable for comment.