HSK Exclusive – The man who sources say helped to hone Raffles Van Exel’s fast-talking game used the very tools he passed along to his protege to blackmail the King of Pop.
HSK has exclusively learned that, while Michael Jackson was alive, Dr. Tohme Tohme used the late singer’s Propofol addiction as an extortion tool – threatening MJ he’d tell the world of his drug habits. Sources say that’s exactly how Tohme muscled his way into gaining control of all aspects of MJ’s life. It’s something we’re told Raffles Val Exel knows all too well.
Here’s what an insider recently revealed about the “doctor” who isn’t licensed to practice medicine:
“Dr. Tohme Tohme blackmailed MJ to become his manager…that’s when Tohme went into Neverland Ranch, took paintings and other property to Julien’s Auction and told them to sell it all.”
Michael freaked out and filed a lawsuit to get back his belongings. The Bentley Raffles Van Exel was seen driving last Wednesday in Los Angeles, with Dr. Tohme in the passenger seat, is part of that lawsuit.”
I asked my source how Michael paid Tohme, and here’s the response I got:
“Michael gave Dr Tohme Tohme $5 million to buy him a house in Las Vegas. Michael died and two months later. After his death, Dr Tohme Tohme purchased a house across from the Bel Air Hotel for $ 5 million. He paid for that home with cash. The Jackson Estate currently has Tohme in court, they want Michael’s money and belongings back, items Dr Tohme Tohme stole.”
Is Dr Thome Tohme expected in court facing the Jackson Estate on April 12th? Of course he is. Don’t believe me.. Ask Joe Jackson.
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