Jackson is planning a spectacular musical comeback with a Las Vegas extravaganza he hopes will overshadow his child molestation trial, according to reports in the US. The Las Vegas Review Journal reported that Jackson flew to the US gambling capital Saturday night on a private jet with his three children, and that he had bought a new residence in the city. The paper quoted local promoter Jack Vishna as saying Jackson had ended 18 months of self-imposed exile in Europe and that the singer was ‘poised to return to the top of the entertainment world soon’. Although Jackson has often been reported to be in dire financial straits, he had enough money to go on a shopping spree at Caesars Palace this week. He is suing his former accountants, claiming they withdrew $2.5 million a year from his bank accounts but did not properly pay his bills.