Good. Now Michael Jackson can fully focus on his crazy ex-wife.

The King of Pop/Pedaphile's civil trial came to an end yesterday, as a split jury awarded a former adviser $900,000 - far less than he claimed in the money dispute - and subsequently awarded the pop star $200,000 in his cross-complaint.

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Like Peter Pan, it looks like Michael Jackson can't remain in Neverland forever. After closing that California ranch earlier this year, the broke, quirky, pedophile will be moving to Europe. He hopes to reignite a musical career there, the one that was stalled by that pesky sex abuse trial.

Jackson, who has been living in Bahrain since his acquittal on child molestation charges in June of 2005, has also severed ties with his longtime business managers as part of a "sweeping restructuring" of his affairs, spokeswoman Raymone Bain said.

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As Michael Jackson faces trial this summer, perhaps he can take solace in the fact that the mother of the young boy who accused him of child molestation in 2004 will also face a judge. Or maybe Jacko will be comforted by some kiddie porn instead. Janet Arvizo, whose married name is actually Janet Jackson (no, not THAT Janet Jackson) has been ordered to stand trial on charges of welfare fraud and perjury.

She's been charged with fraudulently obtaining nearly $8,000 by allegedly repeatedly lying about her financial situation, while applying for welfare aid from 2001-03 and failing to disclose a substantial settlement from a civil suit with department store JC Penney.

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Michael Jackson Biography

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Michael Jackson was the King of Pop, with the best-selling album of all-time and more than a dozen massive hits. After years of physical... More »
Gary, Indiana
Full Name
Michael Joseph Jackson