As the files regarding Michael Jackson’s legal woes have been previously kept classified by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, TMZ reports that the bureau is set to release the documents on Monday morning.
The FBI has agreed to make 333 pages of content available pertaining to many of Michael’s legal battles including information on child molestation suits starting in 1993, according to TMZ.
The select group of pages will also relay proceedings of cases in which Jackson, who passed away at the age of 50, filed against “threats and extortion attempts,” placed on him, TMZ reports.
The one thing the documents will not include according to TMZ is anything regarding the King of Pop’s death connected to his physician, Dr. Conrad Murray.
Michael was said to have passed due to cardiac arrest in the wake of plans for a musical comeback.