In a final and rather desperate attempt to escape rumors about bankruptcy, ex King of Pop changed business managers and decided to leave his adopted home
in Bahrain and the self-imposed exile following accusations of child molesting and head straight for Europe. Precise destination, yet unknown.
Jacko dumped his associates at MJJ Productions and signed up with L. McMillan and the McMillan Firm, in change of a considerable share of his valuable music catalog that also includes copyright for most of The Beatles' tracks.
A representative from said firm announced that the artist is planning to move to Europe in order to re-ignite his lingering music career and to be able to answer more promptly to concert offers for live shows that are constantly being made to him. Nonetheless, he will keep his new house in Bahrain but just for visiting purposes.
The current business manager, Bain, also added that Michael is considering the release of a new album, due most probably next year, on which he has been working intently, and a brand new international tour to promote it. But, for this to be done properly, he must first disentangle himself from the many legal trials in which he is at moment caught up.
Recently, the artist made an appearance at the MTV Japan's Music Awards and thanked the fans for the Legends Award and for being so supportive all along his careers and conflicts with the law.