On Friday, the estate of Michael Jackson sued the performer's former manager, Tohme R. Tohme.
The ex-advisor, who worked with Jackson from Jan. 2008 until Mar. 2009, is accused of influencing the Grammy-winning megastar to sign "unconscionable contracts" for self-serving financial gain during the final years of the singer's life.
The contracts in question include a self-negotiated producer’s fee for a series of comeback concerts in London, and a debt-related Neverland Ranch deal.
The estate wants Jackson's missing property and financial records returned, as well as a ruling that keeps Tohme away from the estate's money.
Tohme claims he is owed a percentage of the millions collected by the estate in the time since Jackson's death. It is believed he will file his own lawsuit.