Arab Royalty Sues MJ

Michael Jackson is being sued in London by Sheik Abdullah bin Hamad Al Khalifa, the prince of Bahrain, for not coming through on a signed agreement to put out a CD through their joint venture, Two Seas Records, according to Fox News columnist Roger Friedman.

After taking in the King of Pop and his family following the 2005 child-molestation trial and even flying Jackson’s friends to Bahrain for a sandy Christmas, Prince Abdullah expects Jackson to keep his word, demanding in the lawsuit that Jackson put out the record he agreed to.

Meanwhile, law firm Lavely & Singer of Los Angeles, who also filed a complaint August 14th in Los Angeles Superior Court, claim Jacko owes them more than $113,000 after failing to make the third payment on a $180,000 fee, to be paid before the July 31st deadline.