Ritzy House Arrest

Jeffrey Borer, who pleaded guilty to secretly videotaping Michael Jackson aboard a chartered jet, has been sentenced to six months of house arrest. Prosecutors are none too happy with where he’ll be staying, though.

Borer, who owns the XtraJet plane company, will spend hard time at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Los Angeles because his house has a mold problem and his wife is allergic, according to attorney Lloyd Kirschbaum.

"It’s all squared away with the probation department," Kirschbaum told the Los Angeles Times. The hotel has a restaurant, spa and two tennis courts.

Borer pleaded guilty to felony counts of conspiracy after videotaping Jackson talking to his attorney, Mark Geragos, inside one of his planes when the pop singer faced child molestation charges.