AllGood Ups The Ante

AllGood Entertainment has filed an amended complaint to its $40 million suit against Michael Jackson, AEG Live and MJ manager Frank Dileo, adding Jackson’s estate and co-administrators John Branca and John McClain.

And it’s now at least a $300 million claim.

The original suit was filed in June when Jackson was still alive. But the amended lawsuit, filed Oct. 19 in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, now includes demands from profits of the late superstar’s final concert rehearsal documentary, “This Is It,” and revenues from the Sony catalog that have skyrocketed since MJ’s death.

The original suit claimed AllGood and the Jackson family had a deal, including a non-compete agreement by Michael, for a reunion concert that fizzled when the ill-fated MJ residency of 50 concerts at London’s O2 arena was announced.

“But for [Jackson and Dileo]’s breach of the agreements with [AllGood], and AEG’s malicious, willful and intentional interference with the Dileo Defendants … [the defendants] would not be reaping the benefits of the foregoing movie, DVD and CD … which is estimated to generate revenues … of hundreds of millions of dollars,” the complaint says.

AEG Live routinely declines to comment on pending litigation.