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Update: Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch To Be Saved By Fans?

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Last week it was made public that Michael Jackson might lose his 2800 acre Neverland Ranch if he doesn’t pay the nearly 25 million dollars he owes on it. And so, naturally, the Ecorazzi Team put our brains together and came up with the Top 5 Alternative Uses To Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch. Well, apparently we weren’t the only ones plotting a scheme.

Rumor has it that two loyal Jacko fans are trying to save the star from bankruptcy. British moonwalkers, Liam Collins, 29, and David Bone, 26, placed a bid to buy the super huge, semi-creepy multi-million dollar property in Santa Barbara County, California with plans to rent it back to Jackson once the sale is complete.

Michael better be crossing his white-glove-covered fingers that CBone can pay the $24 million debt by March 19th or the King Of Pop will be without a castle.

Will CBone help Jackson keep his palace or will the bank tell him to “beat it”? Only time will tell! Until then, make sure you check out Ecorazzi’s Top 5 Alternative Uses To Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch and vote for your favorite!

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