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More documents seized in Jackson case

Include records from pricey shopping trips to Berdorf’s and Nordstrom.
/ Source: The Associated Press

Records from pricey retailers including Bergdorf Goodman and Nordstrom were among hundreds of pages of documents seized by investigators in Michael Jackson’s child molestation case, according to court records released Wednesday.

The documents were seized as recently as Nov. 1 and mostly within the past two months. No detail about their contents was released and it was unclear how they related to the case.

They were from various banks and credit card companies, cellular phone and gasoline companies, and retailers including Bergdorf Goodman, Banana Republic and Nordstrom.

Search warrant inventory records are among the many court filings that have been kept secret in the case. A lawyer for the media filed a legal brief last month calling for Superior Court Judge Rodney Melville to release more official information.

Jackson has pleaded not guilty to child molestation, conspiracy and administering an intoxicating agent, alcohol.