In the 10 years since Michael Jackson's death, controversy and unrest have continued to follow the pop singer. On Thursday, Raymone Bain, Jackson's former spokesperson and business manager, addressed the media in a press conference. During that appearance, she revealed that the "Thriller" singer had a secret will that has never been executed, as described by the Independent.

Bain stated that the will dates back to 2006. At that time, the icon allegedly "painstakingly outlined how he wanted his legacy to be preserved and maintained." However, she added that at this time, she doesn't know where the document is located.

"Michael Jackson, for anyone who knew him, was methodical, thorough and he was precise," Bain said, adding, "I have wished, I have hoped and I have prayed that Michael Jackson's will dated Oct. 6, 2006 would be found, revealed, discovered, dropped from the sky."

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Even though the former manager cannot produce the will, she said she "had the honor of having heard him, sat with him" and "witnessed it along with a notary." Continuing, she stated that she had been aware of "where his head was and in what direction he wanted to go."

Following Jackson's death in 2009, the singer reportedly had two co-executors named for his estate in a will from 2002. The two people who had been named were then granted control of his assets.

This revelation comes on the heels of the release of "Leaving Neverland" earlier this year. The documentary alleged that Jackson had long-running relationships with two young boys who he sexually abused. It remains unseen at this time how this new claim will affect the late singer's estate moving forward.

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Michael Jackson at the Santa Barbara County Superior Court to hear the verdict read in his child molestation case on June 13, 2005 in Santa Maria, California. Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images