The legal dramas for the executors of Michael Jackson’s are continuing to mount after the theater production company Nederlander Presentations filed a breach of contract lawsuit against the group on Friday afternoon.
The court papers, which were exclusively obtained by RadarOnline.com, claim that John Branca, John McClain and 10 other unnamed defendents have broken a contact the King of Pop signed in October 2008 when plans were set in stone to produce a Broadway musical based on his iconic hit, Thriller (referred to as ‘The Play’ in the documents).
Nederlander Productions alleges that Jackson penned new songs and musical compositions for the show but McClain and Branca have not handed over to them.
The plaintiff is attempting to legally obtain the previously-unheard songs in the hope that the musical can still hit Broadway in 2011 as Jackson planned.
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The theater company filed a prior law suit last March against Jackson’s estate.