Michael Jackson & Insurers
June 8, 2011 by Post Team
Michael Jackson & Insurers, Underwriters at Lloyd’s of London are asking a judge to override the 17500000 and policies adopted by the promoters of Michael Jackson, alleging that they were never told the “King of Pop” was taking powerful drugs. On Monday, the British insurance giant filed suit in Jackson and AEG Live in Los Angeles Superior Court, seeking to end the insurance dispute that continues even after the singer’s death nearly two years ago, reports Reuters. The 50-year-old “King of Pop,” died on June 25, 2009 from an overdose of the anesthetic propofol powerful, after rehearsing for their upcoming tour This Is It, which was to include 50 concerts at London’s O2 Arena.
Lloyd’s is the argument that both AEG and Jackson withheld relevant information on the health of the singer and that Jackson did not disclose that it was taking several medications, including propofol. In summary, Lloyd’s wants the court to pronounce the contract null and void, according to Monsters and critics.
Jackson’s personal physician, Dr. Conrad Murray, has been charged with manslaughter and is due to a trial in September for the administration of lethal doses of propofol to the singer, who was using as a sleep aid.
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