Michael Jackson’s siblings dispute singer's ‘fake’ will

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Michael Jackson’s siblings are claiming that the King of Pop’s lawyer forged his signature on “fake will” months before Jackson’s death.  The will left five of Jackson’s brothers and sisters out of his inheritance. Daily Mail reports:

Michael Jackson’s siblings have launched a new attempt to claim a share of his massive fortune by attacking his will as ‘fake, flawed and fraudulent’ – and arguing that his lawyers must have forged his signature.

Five of the late singer’s brothers and sisters, including pop superstar Janet, are pushing to have the will overturned and sack the lawyers who executed it.

When the King of Pop died in 2009, he left all his millions to his mother Katherine and children Paris, Prince and Blanket.

His brothers Tito, Randy and Jermaine, and sisters Rebbie and Janet, have been fighting to share in the inheritance ever since.

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