New evidence which may support the murder claims made by late pop singer, Micheal Jackson’s daughter, Paris and his sister, La Toya, have surfaced after the late King of Pop’s friend, Michael Jacobshagen claimed the singer handed him some noted before he died. According to the 34-year-old German businessman, Micheal Jackson predicted his death in the handwritten notes which was handed to him some weeks before the singer was reported dead in 2009 due to drug overdose.
DailyMailUk reports that the 13 messages by the late King of Pop declared: ‘They are trying to murder me,’ he added in another of the messages: ‘I am scared about my life.’ The German businessman who before the late pop singer’s death maintained a two-decade-long friendship with the star revealed this in an interview with broadcaster Daphne Barak for Australian TV show Sunday Night. Jacobshagen revealed how he was called by the singer from his hideout in Las Vegas to come spend a few days with him as he prepared for the tour at London’s O2. Jacobshagen said: “He was in emotional meltdown saying, ‘They are going to murder me.’” He further revealed that the late singer handed him the notes while he was with him although he never clarified who the ‘they’ were. However, one of the notes said: “AEG. Make so much pressure to me… I’m scared about my life.”