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    Donald Trump Tasked with Finding Michael Jackson’s ‘Missing Will’

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    Donald Trump Tasked with Finding Michael Jackson’s ‘Missing Will.'
    Donald Trump Tasked with Finding Michael Jackson’s ‘Missing Will.’ (Photo via The Associated Press)

    Michael Jackson’s former manager and publicist has made the shocking revelation that she doesn’t know where his will is.

    Raymone Bain — Michael Jackson’s former spokesperson, general manager, and President/COO of the Michael Jackson company — made a “major announcement” that she would be launching the Michael Jackson Legacy Foundation today.

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    But at the press conference Raymone made a shocking statement, admitting she doesn’t know where his will is.

    Raymone Bain said she does not have the document: “I don’t have it, I don’t know where it is.

    “I have wished, I have hoped and I have prayed that Michael Jackson’s will — dated October 6, 2006 — would be found, revealed, discovered, dropped from the sky.

    “Because in it, he painstakingly outlined how he wanted his legacy to be preserved and maintained.”

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    Raymone went on to say she wants to enlist president Donald Trump’s help to find the will.

    She said Michael Jackson thought the world of Trump and “he was one of the few people who never turned his back on him”.

    “I would love to be able to ask the president to help me find Michael Jackson’s 2006 will,” she said as the room erupted with laughter.

    The shock admission came as another of Jackson’s spokeswomen made an epic blunder at the “major announcement”.

    At the press conference in the US this afternoon, Raymone Bain announced the launch of the Michael Jackson Legacy Foundation that will “preserve, protect and defend his name” and support causes he gave to when he was alive.

    But the host who introduced Bain’s appearance ironically made an epic gaffe ahead of the launch.

    The spokeswoman said: “A person, in my mind, is not guilty until proven innocent.

    “Sorry, is not guilty until, yeah, you know what I’m saying.

    “A person is innocent until proven guilty, yeah.

    “And after all things that have transpired, I think some people can read through the fine lines. “

    It mishap follows abuse allegations that have followed Michael Jackson for decades.

    By: Lucy Domachowski for Daily Star

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