Jackson's lawyer suggests changes are coming in singer's life
Could it be never again at Neverland? Michael Jackson's attorney suggests there are likely to be changes at Michael Jackson's theme park-like home following the entertainer's acquittal on child molestation charges.
Tom Mesereau tells NBC that Jackson is "very relieved" and "exhausted" after a "terrible ordeal." He says the singer will need a "period of recovery."
But the attorney also suggests Jackson has learned a lesson. He says the singer is a kind, child-like person who has "allowed people to come into his life and run freely through his home and that's going to change."