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Jonathan Steinsapir, counsel for the Co-Executors of the Estate of Michael Jackson, has announced that the litigation between the estate and Jeffré Phillips has been amicably resolved.
The dispute, which involved the alleged theft of $1 million worth of MJ property from the late singer’s Carolwood estate, has been settled without the need for a trial or any findings of wrongdoing.
According to legal documents obtained by TMZ, Michael’s estate accused Phillips of taking various belongings from the estate after the singer’s death in 2009.
The settlement terms remain confidential, but it is worth noting that the estate had been seeking the return of the stolen property through legal means.
The items that were allegedly stolen include laptops, iPods, hard drives, DVDs, and CDs believed to contain non-public MJ performances and unreleased concert footage.
Additionally, the estate claims that Phillips took Michael’s handwritten notes with song lyrics, cassette tapes, personal computers, framed record awards, a Michael Jackson doll, and a photo album featuring MJ on the cover.
The settlement brings an end to the legal battle between the estate and Phillips, with all outstanding disputes resolved on confidential terms. The estate wishes Mr. Phillips well in his future endeavors.
This article was updated 2 months ago