Michael Jackson‘s close friend and dermatologist, Dr Arnold Klein, has filed a claim of nearly $50,000 against the king of pop’s estate.
The Associated Press reports an attorney for Arnold filed a creditor’s claim in L.A on Oct. 26 along with an invoice for various treatments Michael received during his life, but never paid for.
Arnold billed for 26 appointments with Michael, who died of an accidental drug overdose aged 50 on June 25.
According to the invoice, the singer frequently had Botox injections and Restylane treatments — an injectable filler that fills in facial wrinkles and creases.
Arnold also billed for administering medicine to treat glaucoma, sunscreen treatments and a medicine used for growing longer, fuller eyelashes.