The latest edition of Vanity fair has made some bold claims on Michael Jackson. The magazine says Jackson has spent a lot of money on blood-soaked black magic rituals in an attempt to make money out of thin air and to put a curse on his enemies, who include Steven Spielberg and David Geffen.
Just at the time when we thought that the stories related to Mr. Jackson could not be any weirder, the celebrity magazine has unveiled lurid tales involving the ritual slaughter of cows, sheep, and chickens, a witch doctor based in Mali and a mysterious Egyptian woman claiming links with the ruling family of Saudi Arabia.
In a ceremony in Switzerland back in 2000, the magazine reported, Mr. Jackson was told that 25 people he had listed as his rivals or enemies would all be dead soon. These included the names of music impresario Mr. Geffen and Mr. Spielberg, who once turned down Jackson for the part of Peter Pan in his unsuccessful fantasy film Hook.
The vanity fair article quoted the witch doctor as saying Steven Spielberg be gone! David Geffen be gone! The black magic session involved the killing of 42 cows and cost Mr. Jackson $150,000, which his business manager sent to a bank account in Mali.
On another occasion, the Egyptian woman named Samia took Jackson to a basement in Geneva, Switzerland, and showed him what, according to her, was 300 million dollars in cash. He could have all the money with a villa and a yacht if he did what she asked him to do. It’s said that three men were flown from Geneva to California at Jackson’s expense to discuss this deal.
The article further added that Jackson had brought 1 million dollars in cash to his Neverland Ranch for this meeting. The pop star’s business manager Myng-Ho Lee, later said that Jackson received a bill of $20,000 for the armored truck that brought the money.
Jackson’s manager Lee was again sent back to Geneva to see another witch doctor, who put on a show of lights, pigeons, and sounds before opening the door to a bathtub filled with 50 million dollars in cash, according to lee.
The witch doctor said the money would disappear unless and until Jackson paid a thousand hundreds of dollars for the slaughter of poultry and other animals.
About the Vanity Fair article
Maureen Orth wrote this article for Vanity Fair. She is known to run many investigations on Michael Jackson. She says Michael Jackson was in debt of some 240 million dollars and was incapable of cutting down his expenses, which were around $1 million a month. She further added that she found a $10,000 monthly bill from a chemist based in Beverly hills.
She also said that Jackson’s maid, once told her that Jackson bleached his skin regularly because he did not like being black and felt that blacks are not liked as much as people with other skin colors.