MICHAEL JACKSON is back in court again, this time he is defending his pockets from a former associate that will put Jackson’s financial dealings in the spotlight. The pop star is not expected in court but he will be seen through videotaped depositions. “To my knowledge, he’s not scheduled for any court appearances,” said Jackson’s spokeswoman, Raymone K. Bain. She said that Jackson, who has been living in Bahrain, is traveling in Europe. He answered questions twice in depositions in London. Jackson is being sued by F. Marc Schaffel for $3.8 million in what Schaffel says are unrepaid loans and expenses, unpaid salary for work on a charity record and his share of proceeds from two TV specials that were produced to bolster Jackson’s battered reputation after child molestation allegations surfaced.
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