I paid MJ’s bills, I want my money back: MJ’s assistant

Los Angeles, Jan 7: Michael Jackson’s personal assistant, who claims that he covered some of the late pop legend’s expenses while the King of Pop was living in Vegas, has filed a claim to recover his money, reports tmz.com.

Michael Amir Williams filed a creditor’s claim with the Michael Jackson Estate, claiming he’s still have to get $28,569.83. Among the items listed are – an $11,000 power bill, a $13,000 vehicle lease and almost $1,000 in phone bills.

As for why he took so long to file the claim, it’s a little unclear. Jackson died in June 2009 and almost everyone else filed their claims years ago.

In fact, he may have missed the filing deadline by a long shot.

Williams also filed a class action suit against the Anschutz Entertainment Group (AEG), a sporting and music entertainment presenter, which AEG didn’t really appreciate.