Neverland No More
Jackos ranch shut down after he fails to pay staff
Michael Jacksons Neverland Ranch has been shut down by Californian authorities because the singer hasnt paid his staff since December.
He has also failed to renew his insurance policy for the 30 employees who maintain the ranch. Jackson, who has been living in Bahrain since his acquittal on child sex abuse charges last summer, has been fined $169,000.
The legendary 2,800 acre estate features a theme park and a zoo which has housed chimpanzees, elephants, giraffes, orang-utans, tigers and a crocodile. The animals are now in the care of the local authorities.
All workers have been ordered to stay away from the ranch and the management have just five days to appeal.