AllGood Files $300M Claim On MJ Estate

AllGood Entertainment, the New Jersey company that filed suit against the Michael Jackson estate, AEG Live and others last year claiming it had a contract and non-compete agreement with the superstar before he died, has reportedly filed a $300 million claim against the estate.

The company has already filed suit for the same amount in New York.

TMZ reports that the company filed the latest claim Feb. 19, alleging that MJ and his agent, Frank Dileo, “secretly teamed up with AEG [Live] to produce a concert or series of concerts in London.”

AllGood CEO Patrick Allocco has long maintained that Jackson and other members of the performing family were committed to a “family reunion” concert, but MJ broke the deal when he instead signed on for the ill-fated 50-concert residency at London’s O2.

In the federal lawsuit filed in October, Allgood asks for profits from the “This Is It” documentary film and revenues from the Sony catalog.

Noted entertainment attorney Howard Weitzman, reportedly representing the Jackson estate in court, told TMZ that “AllGood’s creditor’s claim and its underlying lawsuit are frivolous and wholly without merit.”