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Michael Jackson's former lawyers are suing the pop superstar for slightly more than R835000 in unpaid legal fees.
The owners of legal firm Lavely & Singer filed suit in Los Angeles superior court on Tuesday, claiming they set up a payment plan for the Thriller hitmaker to pay off his R1,32million debt, but he failed to make the final payment.
In June, Jackson was sued by a Delaware law firm for more than R734000 in unpaid fees over their negotiations with a concert promoter.
The concert promoter accused the singer of pulling out of two New Year's Eve concerts in 2000. - Wenn