Randy Jackson is querying the date that Michael’s will was signed. It appears to be signed in Los Angeles, but on that day, July 7th, 2002, Michael was visiting New York to campaign with civil rights leader Al Sharpton.
Earlier this month, Randy insisted that the Jackson family were “fine” with the terms of the will, but now he seems to be questioning the authenticity of that paperwork.
The Reverend Sharpton is investigating the events of the day in question, confirming he was in New York with Michael on July 6th and July 9th 2002.
A spokesperson for randy said; “We have reason to believe that Michael may have been in New York on the 7th and Rev. Sharpton will address this after he discusses it with the Jackson family.”
The lawyer for the estate, Howard Weitzman, disputes the claims, insisting witnesses to the will were present when Michael signed the document. Weitzman would also not confirm if the will was signed in Los Angeles, as indicated.