Lawyers try to block Michael Jackson’s London shows

Tour company says he is breaking contract

An entertainment company that had plans to reunite the Jackson family for a series of concerts has sent cease and desist letters to Michael Jackson demanding that he not perform his London shows this summer.

Lawyers for AllGood Entertainment say that Jackson’s manager Frank Dileo signed a deal late last year agreeing that his client would not perform any other shows within 18 months, reports TMZ.

Despite the fact that Jackson himself reportedly did not sign the agreement, entertainment law allows representatives to make deals on a client’s behalf.

Jackson is set to perform a residency at the O2 Arena in London in July.

–By our New York staff.
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