It’s not just about pretty sunflowers at Michael Jackson‘s mausoleum. If his brother Randy Jackson has his way, then the site is going to become the epicenter of a battle royale. He’s trying to get permission to let MJ fans go “beyond the gates of Forest Lawn” to pay their respects up close and personal on the King Of Pop’s one year death anniversary (on June 25th).
Here’s the problem: it’s an extremely private cemetery, and normally non-family members can’t access the inner sanctum. Other celebrities like Clark Gable are buried there and and his grandson, Clark Gable III, isn’t happy at all saying that the area “wouldn’t be as sacred” if anyone off the street could waltz in. It would get messy too, with hoards of hardcore fans cramming in. Randy has someone on his side, though. Author Ronald J. Fields, who is the grandson of the legendary comedian, actor and writer, W.C. Fields, is okay with the plan. He thinks fans should get a shot because the experience would be “moving to them.”
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