Michael Jackson may have passed away in June, but the drama surrounding his life and career doesn't seem like it's going to die down anytime soon.
AllGood Entertainment has just filed a $300 million dollar lawsuit against MJ's estate demanding a share of profits from his forthcoming tour documentary This Is It.
This is the same company that hit Michael with a $20 million dollar lawsuit earlier this year when he was still alive after he failed to agree to join his siblings for a Jackson 5 reunion next year.
According to AllGood Entertainment, Michael's manager signed a document that forbid Michael from putting on any other show, and his London This Is It tour was in direct violation of the contract.
Now that his This Is It documentary has sold out worldwide and is expected to bring in over $250 million dollars, AllGood Entertainment wants a piece of the pie. A big piece.
According to TMZ, AllGood Entertainment is even suing Michael's manager Frank Dileo and AEG Live. Sounds like a big old' mess! Stay tuned for more details...