London, July 3 (ANI): Michael Jackson was an avid reader who had a library at Neverland that held 10,000 volumes on its shelves, his lawyer has revealed.
Bob Sanger, the King of Pop’s lawyer for 16 years, said that Jackson was fascinated by philosophy and history – and covered his books with notes.
“Michael was extremely well-read. We talked about psychology, Freud and Jung, sociology and black history,” the Sun quoted Sanger as saying.
“But he was well-read in the classics of psychology and history and literature. He was very intellectual but didn’t flaunt it,” he added.
Jackson died of a suspected cardiac arrest in his Holmby Hills estate last week. (ANI)