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Tuesday, 19 February 2008

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Prince Michael Jackson I and Prince Michael Jackson II named after grandpa Prince Bandar

Los Angeles, California - (Bad Ass Mess): Sordid Arabia's Ministry of Security and National Intelligence (sic) is playing down reports that the US tribute act known as
Michael Jackson named his two sons after his blood father Prince Bandar Bin Sultan, former ambassador to the United States.

The tribute artiste's mother was named last week in the Paul McCartney/Heather Mills divorce hearing as Yoko Ono, widow of John Lennon and suspected accomplice of shooter Mark Chapman.

Young sprogs Prince Michael Jackson I and Prince Michael Jackson II have recently been in the news after their purported father was sued by a Bahraini princeling for $7 million of unsecured debts.

The Bahraini litigation was being heard in London's Royal Courts of Justice chancery division.

It included details of two trust funds set up by Prince Bandar for the benefit of Jackson's sons, sourced from funds received from a BAE slush fund which doshed up the Sordid ex-ambassador with over £1.2 billion in UK arms dealing backhanders.

Documents show that in return Jackson signed disclaimers to Bandar's estate and any potential legacies that could normally be claimed in future probate.

Lisa Marie Presley is whopping little fibber.

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