Michael JacksonA royal estate just grabbed a major legal win…a potential sale of MJ’s estate was prevented, as the estate claims were stolen from the singer’s home right after his death.
According to new legal documents, obtained by TMZ, the judge issued a preliminary injunction prohibiting Jeffrey Phillips from the sale of any items he allegedly removed from the home in 2009.
TMZ broke the story… Michael’s property claims that Phillips was engaged to one of MJ’s siblings and used the chaos and grief around Michael’s death to take a suite of personal and private property from MJ’s Carolwood home.
Michael’s estate alleges that Phillips used a 9-day stay at Carolwood House to pass on the singer’s iPhone, California driver’s license, pill bottles with pills inside, handwritten notes and some clothing, including the pajamas Michael was wearing in the watches. last before his death. Inside the famous estate.
Furthermore, Michael’s property claims that Phillips also stole a resuscitation tube that may have been used on the King of Pop.
The legal development comes ahead of a new TMZ documentary, “TMZ Investigates: Who Really Killed Michael Jackson,” airing Tuesday on FOX at 8/7c.
TMZ Doctor MJ will explore Michael’s addiction, as well as his last moments before him June 2009 death.