Michael Jackson's collaborators on "Thriller" say they are due more than $2.3 million from the singer's estate.
George Folsey Jr., the producer of the iconic 14-minute "Thriller" video, filed a claim Thursday for more than $1 million he says he's owed.
An attorney for the video's director, John Landis, filed creditors claims against the singer's estate — also on Thursday — saying they are likely due more than $1.3 million. Landis and his company sued Jackson before his death, claiming the singer hadn't paid Landis his share of profits in recent years.
Landis also sued to stop Jackson from exploiting new "Thriller" projects, such as a Broadway show. Those cases are still pending.
Jackson's former manager, Leonard Rowe, also claimed Thursday the singer owed him more than $300,000.