Michael Jackson's mother Katherine Jackson has reportedly appealed a judge’s decision to clear AEG Live of not being accountable for his death in June 2009.
In October courts decided that the company was not wrong in hiring Dr. Conrad Murray, who was recently released early from prison for supply the lethal dose of propofol supposed to help him sleep.
Randy Phillips and Paul Gongaware, who produced and promoted MJ’s This Is It concert tour, were let off the hook when Katherine and Michael’s children Prince, Paris and Blanket sued for over $40 billion.
The alleged his passing has had a devastating effect on their lives and now they are trying to get the verdict rethought, under the grounds Phillips and Gongaware’s dismissal led to a bad decision in the case.
Prince Jackson and Katherine Jackson (WENN)
The website reports that it is usually difficult to overturn the verdict in civil cases but it could occur if they can convince the pair never should have gotten away with it.
Michael’s ex-wife Debbie Rowe was hitched to the King of Pop between 1996 and 1999 and had two children with him.
She believes that many people in his life refused to give him the help he needed after she parted ways with him.
"There were more people involved, every dancer, every musician, every camera man, every sound man that was on that stage that saw him falling apart,” she recently told Entertainment Tonight.
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