Sony admit releasing three FAKE Michael Jackson songs on album released a year after his death

MUSIC big Sony has admitted releasing three faux Michael Jackson songs after his loss of life.

It’s being sued after a sound knowledgeable employed by a fan concluded the vocals “very probably didn’t belong to Jackson.”

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Sony Music Leisure admit to releasing three faux Michael Jackson songs after his loss of life[/caption]

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A sceptical fan questioned the validity of the songs on the ‘Michael’ album and employed a sound knowledgeable[/caption]

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The faux songs have been launched on the 2010 album named Michael [/caption]

Sony Music Leisure said in court docket paperwork he “could not have been the singer” on Breaking Information, Monster and Hold Your Head Up.

They have been launched on 2010 album Michael — a year after the star died.

However legal professionals for Sony and the Property appeared on the Court docket of Attraction this week to attempt to cease the case from coming to trial.

Sony argues it nonetheless has a proper to promote them underneath his identify due to freedom of speech legal guidelines.

Legal professionals for Serova counter argued that it’s really false promoting.

They stated in authorized paperwork: “The court docket should resolve whether or not the First Modification provides distributors of expressive works a constitutional proper to promote cast artwork, falsely promoting it to shoppers because the work of a well-known artist.”

Decide Ann I Jones accused them in LA of “ripping individuals off”.

She gave the go-ahead for a lawsuit in opposition to Sony and the Michael Jackson Property.


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