Jackson Estate Sued By Electronics Company
Another new creditor’s claim has been filed against the estate of Michael Jackson, this time by the company who installed his TV system at Neverland Ranch, reports TMZ.com.
According to the claim filed Thursday, a company called Video & Audio Center (VAC) installed electronic audio and video equipment at Neverland in late 2003 and early 2004.
The company reportedly rewired the house, installed plasma TVs and put in speakers throughout the home.
VAC claims Jackson’s camp ran up a bill of $109,540.85 — and paid $25,000 of that, but never settled the bill completely. According to the documents, VAC says they won a judgment back in 2007 for the remainder.
They’re seeking $128,482.77 — the unpaid bill plus interest.