Like her sister Janet Jackson, La Toya Jackson wants to let the world know that contrary to whatever book excerpt is printed in Vanity Fair she nor mama Katherine Jackson ransacked Michael Jackson’s home looking for stray cash following his untimely death.
The other whispering sister has sent a cease-and-desist to the publication, and if they don’t take it back, she’s going to try to gibe them the legal clap back.
La Toya Jackson insists … she did not raid Michael Jackson’s home just hours after his death, pillaging plastic bags filled with cash — and now, she’s threatening to sue a major magazine for saying otherwise.
La Toya has fired off a cease-and-desist letter to Vanity Fair, claiming its recent article entitled “Estate of Siege” is “replete with misstatements of fact, false innuendos, and defamatory insinuations.”
According to La Toya’s letter, the article falsely claims she showed up at MJ’s Carolwood mansion shortly after his death and loaded plastic bags filled with cash into a duffel bag. The VF article goes on to describe La Toya’s bf leaving the home in a moving van.
La Toya claims the article describes her visit as a “mad scramble for money” — strongly insinuating she stole large sums of cash from MJ’s house.
According to La Toya … the allegations are nothing but lies and she wants a full retraction asap.
If Vanity Fair doesn’t oblige, La Toya says she’ll sue.
La Toya Jackson: I Didn’t Run Through Michael Jackson’s House For Money was originally published on theurbandaily.com