BBC is reporting a trademark issue that Michael Jackson is having with Jesus Juice. Link: BBC NEWS | Entertainment | Music | US 'no longer home' for Jackson.
Jackson's lawyers have been asked to investigate a trademark application for a "Jesus Juice" logo.
The trademark application was made by US journalist Bruce Rheins, who covered the trial for CBS, and his actress wife Dawn Westlake.
The logo relates to the name of a red wine and features images of a man resembling Jackson in a crucifixion pose.
Jackson's spokeswoman Raymone Bain described the logo as "outrageous and offensive".
Sounds interesting. I see a legitimate reason for Jackson to take control of his personality. The fact that a court had ruled that he is innocent speaks to its behalf that there is no reason to connect Jackson to the claims that were made about him. At least no one should make profit from it. Jesus juice all by it self (with out a link to Jackson) would be ok.