Where are you seeing invoices?
For the 2500 check, the attached check itself is not included in the liar's file:
The 150 000 dollar one that was sent to the "friend":
This is not a check but an advice copy. Is this the same as a payment advice note?
Payment advice note
A note sent to a vendor or buyer that outlines the methods of payment that
will be accepted. For example, a customer who subscribes to a free trial copy
of a magazine may receive a payment advice note after the free trial is complete.
The note could indicate that the customer could purchase a full subscription by paying with a check or with a credit card.
Read more: http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/payment-advice-note.html
BTW these amounts are so random, did she tell him
" I want 2500 I want 150 000, I want 130 000 I want 600 000 I want 10 000"
Or MJ came up with those numbers on his own?
They straight up denied they even existed. They even claimed MJ hated girls and they were persona non grata at Neverland and he never hung with them, never sent them gifts like he did to boys. For decades one of their favourite line was "if it is simply an innocent love for kids why is it only boys?" All of a sudden now they will find and acknowledge all the pics with MJ and girls. LOL.
Gutierrez's book couldn't be more clear about that.
There's a chapter titled Jackson prefers boys.
He describes how little girls were crying because MJ never invited them for shopping trips.
He described Lilly Chandler as "no competition".
He described how letters from little girls were thrown in the trash bin.
Phillip LeMarque, who had ties to Gutierrez testified, that they were only ordered to buy toys for boys:
1 Q. Mr. LeMarque, were you ever asked by Mr.
2 Jackson to go out and buy toys as gifts for these
4 A. Yes.
5 Q. On how many occasions?
6 A. I don’t -- several times.
7 Q. Okay. And can you characterize the number
8 of gifts that you would buy, the number of toys?
9 A. I would go to Toys-R-Us and pick out toys
10 for boys of 10, 11 years old.
11 Q. Were you instructed to buy such toys?
12 A. No, but I figured that was what they were
13 for, so --
14 Q. And when you brought these toys to Mr.
15 Jackson, did you have any occasion to see him give
16 these toys as gifts to the children?
17 A. Well, usually they were put into an area or
18 a tabletop where the kids would come in, you know,
19 tear the papers off and pick up the toys.
20 Q. Did you see Mr. Jackson give more toys to
21 the boys than the other children?
22 A. Yeah, they were mainly toys for boys.