Counterfeit music: The estate of Michael Jackson and Sony Music reach an agreement

The two protagonists reached an agreement regarding the 2014 controversy.

A simple solution found outside the courts

In 2010, the self-titled posthumous debut album by Michael Jackson is out. Fans around the world were thrilled to hear unreleased music from the King of Pop. However, upon listening, many thought the vocals on the records were not his. For a time, many believed it to be a simple conspiracy theory. However, the succession of Michael Jackson took the matter very seriously.

It all started in 2014 when a fan named Vera Serova filed a class action lawsuit against Eddie Cascioa long-time friend of Michael Jackson. She accuses him and his production company, Angelikson Productions, of tampering with songs. Securities that have been sold through the estate Jackson and of Sony Music. After debating the situation for years, Thursday, August 11, the estate and Sony decided to drop the case.

“Regardless of the Supreme Court’s decision, the parties to the lawsuit have mutually agreed to end litigation, which would have potentially included additional appeals and a lengthy trial court process,” both parties said.

They also informed that removing the songs from the 2010 project was the easiest and best way to move past this story.

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