Tuesday, July 03, 2007

Michael Jackson Moves into Prince of Brunei's Home

by Jeremy Pond

Music legend Michael Jackson has moved into a sprawling, $60 million, 100,000-square foot Las Vegas compound owned by Prince Jefri Bolkiah of Brunei in the upscale, gated-community Spanish Trail.

Jackson made the move over the weekend, after his six-month lease expired on a $1 million luxury home on Monte Cristo, a couple houses away from the residence of NBA star Gary Payton.

A source who viewed the house vacated by Jackson said the 10-bedroom home was "filthy," with the interior so messy it appeared it hadn't been cleaned in months. Piles of junk were left on the curb outside the home and two Christmas trees draped with ornaments were still in place inside the house.

Jackson left a suite at The Mirage in even worse condition after a lengthy stay several years ago.

Bathrooms and bedrooms at the home on Monte Cristo were left in squalor, with children's handprints on many walls, stains on carpets and garbage left in sinks.

"They left the Christmas trees up like it was still December," said my source.

Read more of this wild lifestyle of Michael Jackson and read of the excess of Prince Jefri at Norm Clarke's website.

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