Officials at America's Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) have delayed the release of an official dossier on Michael Jackson, which is said to detail all of the singer's legal troubles.
Executives at the bureau were set to make their files on the late superstar public on Monday (21Dec09), but the release has reportedly been delayed by wintry weather conditions in Washington, D.C.
The files are believed to contain documents relating to the child molestation investigations which plagued the singer in his later years, as well as details of several extortion plots the star faced and a string of lawsuits he was embroiled in.
Officials will declassify 333 pages, just over half of the entire file, according to TMZ.com.
Jackson faced a 13-month police investigation, which began in 1993, when he was accused of molesting 13-year-old Jordan Chandler, although the case was settled out of court. He was subsequently put on trial in 2005 over allegations levied by 13-year-old Gavin Arvizo and was cleared of all charges.
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