Michael Jackson's Kids Set To Inherit $30 Million From Their Dad's Estate!

Wed, September 14, 2011 1:33pm EST by 2 Comments

The singer has made a staggering $310 million since he died in 2009 — and the executors of MJ’s estate want to give his kids a big share!

John Branca and John McClain, the co-executors of Michael Jackson‘s estate, have asked a court permission to pump $30 million dollars into his children’s trust fund. 

Besides Prince Michael, 14, Paris, 13, and nine-year-old ‘Blanket,’ the trust also benefits Jacko’s mom, family matriarch Katherine Jackson.

Katherine reportedly plans to use some of the cash to buy a new home for herself and the kids, after she’s been given permission to sell the Jackson family’s current home in Encino, California.

A court will make a decision on both issues on September 28, reports TMZ.com.

When Michael Jackson died, his finances were in a mess, but his estate has made a fortune since through sales of his posthumous concert movie This Is It!

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Posted at 10:18 AM on October 25, 2011  

Why are you so bitter, Eve? The kids can’t help that they were born? They lost their father, and they are his kids, so they deserve the money. And how do you know they’re spoiled? The kids seem pretty grounded to me.

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Posted at 10:50 PM on September 15, 2011  

Ahhh the joys of having a filthy rich dad a.k.a while the rest of America works their butt off to make ends meet, why don’t we spoil already rich kids. Its a shame that they will never know how the world really lives.

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