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Back in court for another legal matter, Debbie Rowe headed to the Lancaster, CA courthouse on Wednesday (January 6).
The ex-wife of the late pop singer Michael Jackson, is being sued by a paparazzo who claims she defamed him by allegedly lying about an altercation he had with her in July.
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Debbie Rowe has sued a woman for slander on Thursday after it reported that she was giving up custody rights for her children with Michael Jackson in exchange for millions of dollars.
As the details surrounding the custody of Michael Jackson's kids are finalized, it seems his ex-wife Debbie Rowe is happy to take a payout rather than getting the children.
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Contrary to previous reports, Debbie Rowe will not be attending Michael Jackson's memorial on Tuesday.
"Although Debbie had originally planned to attend tomorrow's Staples Center memorial service, we have concluded with Debbie that she will not be attending," her rep said in a statement.
It has been a rough couple of weeks for Debbie Rowe following the death of her ex-husband Michael Jackson. And she’s tired of the constant media attention as she tries to deal with her grief.
Miss Rowe looked absolutely frustrated yesterday as she tried to have lunch at Great Wall Restaurant in Lancaster, California, due to the prying paparazzi asking her questions.
Enjoying a beautiful sunny southern California afternoon, Debbie Rowe was spotted tending to her horses at her ranch in Palmdale yesterday (July 2).
The ex-wife of the late Michael Jackson is said to be gearing up for a custody battle in a bid to be granted custody of their two kids Prince (12) and Paris (11).
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Earlier today, Michael Jackson's will was filed at the Los Angeles Surrogate Court, naming his mother, Katherine Jackson as a beneficiary.
As for his ex-wife Debbie Rowe, Jackson apparently cut her out on purpose. He wrote, “I have intentionally omitted to provide for my former wife, Deborah Rowe Jackson.”
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With the recent tragic loss, many are wondering what will happen with Michael Jackson’s children.
Debbie Rowe, the mother of Prince Michael 12, and Paris, 11, is their legal parent and has the opportunity to gain custody of them if she decides to do so.