Michael Jackson's personal assistant has filed a class action lawsuit against AEG, claiming he lost big bucks because of the company's hiring of Dr. Conrad Murray.
Williams and the rest of the employees connected with MJ's ill-fated "This Is It" tour stood to rake it in three years ago, but obviously did not in the wake of his death.
Thus, they want compensation from AEG. Like yesterday.
According to Michael Amir Williams' lawsuit, AEG agreed to pay MJ's staff up to $7.5 million for their services connected with the 50-plus concert extravaganza.
"This Is It" never took place, of course, because Dr. Conrad Murray pumped MJ full of Propofol and killed him. He was later convicted of involuntary manslaughter.
Williams alleges is liable for damages by failing to act responsibly, hiring Murray in the first place and then failing to properly manage or supervise his actions.
Whether a judge and jury agree is an open question.