Thursday, February 19, 2004

BUT HE'S NOT IN ANY FINANCIAL TROUBLE: It is, of course, a drop in the ocean compared with the 70 million supposedly owed to the Bank of America (wasn't he meant to be doing something about that on Tuesday?), but now the travel agent who booked Michael Jackson's flight back to justice is suing him, claiming he's not paid for his charter flight. And apparently Jacko's attorneys have kind of suggested that they'll get no money, despite Cynthia Montgomery having been his trusty travel agent for three years, and because "Jackson is a kind of a slow pay" she's always had to pony up the cash for flights in advance, getting paid back later. Memo to Michael: Probably not a good idea to piss off the person who does your travel arrangements when an emergency flit to someowhere non-extradity might be called for.

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