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September 27, 2022

Michael Jackson insurer refuses to pay out

The UK firm that insured Michael Jackson’s comeback gigs at London’s O2 arena has asked a judge in Los Angeles to nullify the USD 17.5m policy, the BBC informs. Insurer Lloyd’s of London is suing promoter AEG Live saying it failed to supply details including apparent “prescription drug use and/or addiction”. AEG Live was not available for comment. Lloyd’s said a lawyer for AEG Live submitted a claim, along with Jackson’s death certificate, within days of the singer’s death.

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