Fans vandalized Michael Jackson’s tomb by leaving messages

HollywoodNews.com: Michael Jackson’s tomb in LA has been vandalised by fans leaving messages written in permanent ink, according to reports.

The mausoleum at Forest Lawn in Glendale, California, now has several graffiti messages written on its walls.

According to Tmz.com, security at the site has been stepped up and is on the look out for fans who have been writing messages, such as “Keep the dream alive” and “Miss you sweet angel”. The messages have been written in hard-to-spot places such as underneath window ledges and behind bushes.

Reps at Forest Lawn are reportedly not impressed and told the celebrity news website: “Activity such as this, is a prime example why we are evaluating the level of access to the various entrances of the Great Mausoleum.”

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Source: Splash News

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