Annie says she is convinced that Michael Jackson’s song “Smooth Criminal” was written about her. The former model says she was in a physically abusive relationship at the time the song was written and says it describes what was happening in her life. The mother of three, who is now living on the streets with her 14-year-old daughter, says she deserves the royalty rights to the song and believes Michael would have wanted her to have the money.

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Annie’s daughter Akeeya claims her mother is delusional and refuses to work because she thinks she’s going to cash in on the song rights.

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In the video above, entertainment attorney Chris Chatham, who helps stars and musicians protect their intellectual property rights, weighs in on Annie’s claims. Does he think she has any rights to the hit song? This episode of Dr. Phil airs Wednesday. Watch more here.

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Michael Jackson’s Former Sound/Audio Engineer Reveals Who ‘Annie’ Is From The Song ‘Smooth Criminal’