Jackson not thrilled by bills

Michael Jackson's former lawyers are suing the pop superstar for slightly more than R835000 in unpaid legal fees.

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

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