A music promoter is reportedly attempting to prevent the singer from London performances in 2009.
Wired PR News – Michael Jackson concerts in London this year may be challenged with legal action. As reported by Reuters, a music promoter has expressed intentions to sue the performer for performances that have been scheduled in London.
As noted in the report, AllGood Entertainment Inc. is alleging that Jackson is barred from London performances this year due to a contractual agreement to perform with his siblings in 2010. The agreement reportedly includes provisions for not committing to shows in London until after the Jackson Family reunion concert is given. The company reportedly sent a cease and desist letter to block Jackson’s scheduled July performances.
Patrick Allocco with AllGood Entertainment is quoted in the report as stating of the plans, “As of right now we’ve gotten zero cooperation from anyone, Frank DiLeo refuses to honor our agreement and that’s why we’re filing a lawsuit by week’s end.”
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