Pop legend faces loosing home if he fails to pay $24m debt

Michael Jackson has been given 3 weeks to pay more than $24 million (£12.5 million) if he wants to keep his Neverland home.

The Californian ranch will be put up for public auction on 19 March if he fails to pay off the debt, a source tells Fox News.

The extravagant star has not lived at the house since 2005. It’s unclear whether he is unable to pay the bill or is refusing to do so.

Iva Vucinic

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