NewsMichael Jackson's Son Won't Fully Pay For Grandmother's Appeal

Michael Jackson’s Son Won’t Fully Pay For Grandmother’s Appeal

by Cedric ‘BIG CED’ Thornton

Bigi (formerly known as Blanket) is opposed to Katherine Jackson using money from the estate to fight an ongoing legal battle

A family feud is taking place within Michael Jackson’s family as his youngest son, Bigi (formerly known as Blanket) is opposing his grandmother Katherine Jackson using funds from the estate to fight a legal battle she is in.

According to People, 22-year-old Bigi filed paperwork stating that his grandmother should not be able to use funds from the “Bad” singer’s estate in her fight against the estate executors, John Branca and John McClain for a disagreement in a “recent transaction.”

Last December, Katherine requested that the estate pay for the legal bills drawn from the opposition to the deal. But, Bigi stated on March 18 that it was “unfair” to make him and his siblings pay for it since it’s coming from the estate.
“It is readily apparent that a reversal on appeal would be an extreme longshot,” the attorneys stated in the filing. “Given those odds, Bigi decided not to waste his resources to participate in an appeal. Nonetheless, Katherine has decided to appeal this court’s ruling. That decision is not for the benefit of the heirs.”

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