Jackson estate sues website for copyright
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- A website that features a book written by Michael Jackson's mother is being sued by the singer's estate for copyright violations.
The estate filed a lawsuit on Thursday against businessman Howard Mann, who operates the website www.jacksonsecretvault.com.
The website sells a book of recollections of the pop superstar by his mother.
The estate asks a federal judge to turn the website over to the singer's estate and turn over its profits and pay unspecified damages.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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