Jackson’s Neverland shut down by California authorities

Neverland Ranch, CaliforniaMichael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch is being shut down by California authorities for Jackson’s failure to pay his workers’ wages and insurance.

It’s said that 69 workers of California’s Neverland has not received their pay check since January 2006 and their medical insurance policies already expired.

The closure of the Jackson’s fairy land is however a temporary measurement and can be lifted if Michael Jackson can settle his employee’s wages and insurance, and also a fine of $169,000 to California authorities.

Local animal welfare organizations will take care of the inhabitants of the mini zoo in Neverland at the meantime.

Michael Jackson spent most of his time in Bahrain since he was cleared last June of charges that he sexually abused a young boy at Neverland.