Michael Jackson's brother Randy is convinced that his brothers signature was forged on his 2002 will, because at the time it was signed Michael was 2,475 miles away.
Michael's will was signed on July 7, 2002 at 5:00 PM in Los Angeles, but at the time, Michael was in New York with Tommy Mottola.
Michael was in New York from July 6-9 with Al Sharpton on a campaign against Tommy Mottola.
TMZ spoke with Al Sharpton's rep, Rachel Noerdlinger, who confirms Sharpton and Jackson were protesting Mottola in NY together in 2002 on July 6th and July 9th.
Noerdlinger said, "We have reason to believe that Michael may have been in NY on the 7th and Rev. Sharpton will address this after he discusses it with the Jackson family."
So why does Michael's will say it was signed in Los Angeles? Did he really sign the will or was his signature forged?
Howard Weitzman, a lawyer for Michael's estate, tells TMZ that he witnessed Michael sign the document, even though the document refers to Los Angeles.
There are photos of Michael in New York with Rev. Sharpton, so someone needs to get their story straight! Did Michael really sign that will? Stay tuned for more details...