|After being acquitted of all charges brought against him, Michael Jackson is rumored to be hundreds of millions dollars in debt. In response to this, PinnacleSports.com announced odds on what the future holds for Michael Jackson. |
PinnacleSports.com has created a number of unique betting options on what Michael Jackson will do to moonwalk his way out of his cash crisis. Although selling his Neverland Ranch or his stake in the Beatles back catalog would ease his debts, PinnacleSports.com thinks it’s a long shot Jackson will part with his two biggest assets this year. The online bookmaker lists the odds of the pop star selling his Neverland home near Santa Barbara, California at 7/2, while the likelihood Jackson parts with the Beatles catalog that is valued in excess of $400 million before the end of the year is at 7/5 odds.
“After surviving a Thriller in the courtroom, Michael Jackson now needs to make his debts HIStory,” said Simon Noble of PinnacleSports.com. “Since he’s in such dire need of cash it would only make sense for ‘The King of Pop’ to sell his Neverland Ranch or his ownership of The Beatles song catalog.”
The odds of Michael Jackson releasing a new solo studio album by July 2006 are slim, according to the bookmaker, at just 9/5. Touring may be a viable option for Michael Jackson in Europe or Asia, but PinnacleSports.com believes neither headlining in Las Vegas nor a Jackson 5 reunion are on the cards and lists both as 5/1 long shots. Although the talk show circuit may seem inevitable following his trial, PinnacleSports.com has posted the odds of Jackson appearing live on “Oprah” this year as a small underdog at 8/5.