LOS ANGELES, California (CNN) — Michael Jackson’s estate should gain “close to $100 million” through contracts negotiated since the pop star’s death, Jackson’s brother told CNN’s Larry King. A Los Angeles judge is expected to approve a series of agreements Monday, including a deal for a movie to be released this fall about Jackson’s final days before his June 25 death. Jermaine Jackson, in a wide-ranging interview taped for broadcast Friday night on CNN’s “Larry King Live,” said his mother, Katherine Jackson, has not decided on Jackson’s final resting place. He said he prefers the Neverland Ranch. “I’m just concerned about security and being secure in a peaceful setting,” he said. He stopped short of revealing if his mother has hinted her preference, saying, “At the end of the day, she will make the final decision.” Jermaine Jackson told King he had no reason to believe his brother was addicted to drugs, a suspicion that detectives revealed when they requested a warrant to search Dr. Conrad Murray’s Las Vegas, Nevada, home and office.
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