The first Michael Jackson will left care of his children to his mother and his estate to his family (to be run by a trust). Legal proceedings towards this end were halted, however, when new wills came to light.
In the second will, which was in the possession of ex-wife Deborah Rowe, custody of the children goes to her along with an annual stipend for child care. The remainder of his property and record royalties go into a trust to care for the children and that fund is to be equally divided upon the 18th birthday of the youngest.
Janet Jackson brought forth a third will. This one sends the kids to an orphanage, says Michael, "because they were not biologically mine anyway." Control of the property and royalties, in this will, go to (coincidentally) Janet.
At the revelation of her will, Tito, Jermaine, LaToya, and the other Jackson siblings all "rushed home to get our wills."
Former child star Macaulay Culkin also announced that he has a will in his possession, as does Liz Taylor, Al Sharpton, the Reverend Jesse Jackson, and Bubbles the chimp.
"It's Howard Hughes all over again," said Federal Judge Skip Wiffleball.