These new age fan bases are always on the come up, and if you are
pressed enough smart you would catch yourself a piece too!
After providing enough evidence to prove they suffered “emotional damage” over the 2009 death of Michael Jackson, a court in Orléans, France ruled in the favor of five Jackson fans in the grand total of $1.36 for the trauma they endured. The five were among 34 fans who sued Dr. Conrad Murray, who served two years of a four-year term for administering a lethal dose of anesthesia to the King of Pop, following Jackson’s death.
Excuse me while I call up Maxine Shaw attorney in law to file the proper paperwork on my behalf for the incarceration of Lil Boosie.
According to NY Daily News, the members of a Jackson fan club community based in France used witness statements and medical certificates to prove their cases.
French lawyer Emmanuel Ludot, who represented the winning parties, said to the AFP news agency, “As far as I know, this is the first time in the world that the notion of emotional damage in connection with a pop star has been recognized.” He continued, saying, “They have been subjected to ridicule and I am delighted their suffering has been taken seriously by the law.”