One Woman Can’t Get Enough Of Michael Jackson, So She Sues

One Woman Can't Get Enough Of Michael Jackson, So She Sues

Do you know where your children are? That's good, because one of them is suing the Michael Jackson estate because she feels like there's not enough of the King of Pop on his 2010 album, "Michael."

The woman filed the suit today claiming she bought the CD in 2011 and thinks they faked it.

"In the suit she claims she hired an audio expert to analyze her CD and he determined it was very likely that MJ did not sing lead vocals on 'Breaking News' ... 'Monster' ... and 'Keep Your Head Up,'" reports TMZ.

This is unconfirmed, but her audio expert is rumored to be MJ's pet monkey Bubbles.


One Woman Can't Get Enough Of Michael Jackson, So She Sues

The woman wants this to be a class action -- meaning if the allegation is true the Estate would owe money to everyone who bought the full album, or any of the 3 tracks in question.

The Estate's lawyer, Howard Weitzman, has previously said Michael did provide lead vocals for all the tracks on the album.