On the first anniversary of Michael Jackson's death, Katherine Jackson speaks to his fans through a video message. INSIDE EDITION has the story.
Katherine Jackson is talking about the first anniversary of Michael's death in a video message to his fans.
"If Michael were here he'd say 'I love you' more," said Katherine.
Jackson's family is marking the anniversary with a tribute event Saturday at the Beverly Hills hotel.
"I know that Michael would be very honored and very pleased that his fans all over the world are coming together to celebrate his life," said Katherine.
With her is Joseph Fahmy, who helped her produce a coffee table book about Michael called Never Can Say Goodbye, which will be launched at the tribute.
In the book of never-before-seen photographs of Michael, she writes for the first time about the allegations of child molestation that haunted him in his final years.
"Michael loved children and he worked diligently and passionately to better the lives of the less fortunate. The last thing he would do is harm an innocent child," she writes.
And it has been revealed that Michael's estate has earned an amazing $753 million since his death. Most of it comes from the movie This Is It, and album sales.
Roger Friedman of showbiz411.com said, "Sadly, the best thing that happened to Michael's money is that he died, because after years of indecision and no projects getting accomplished, Michael's estate made a lot of money in the last year."