A new tell-all book is being released about the Jackson family, and it sounds scandalous! An adaptation of Randall Sullivan's new book, Untouchable: The Strange Life and Tragic Death of Michael Jackson — which appears in the November issue of Vanity Fair — details what Michael's family allegedly have been up to since his tragic passing.One claim includes details that the pop star’s sister La Toya and her boyfriend Jeffre Phillips forced their way into Michael’s home after he died and then removed hidden garbage bags, presumably full of his cash. Jeffre Phillips shared his side of the story exclusively with In Touch. "I entered the house with La Toya, her siblings and LA police officers, as well as La Toya's brother and all Michael's security was there,” Jeffre explains. “We did not force our way into Michael's home. Everything the writer is saying is completely false and a complete lie. He's trying to sell books.” So if the book is a fabrication, what really went down in Michael’s mansion after his overdose? “We got to Michael's house 12 hours after he died and Michael's staff and other people were going in and out of that house all day before we even stepped foot on the grounds."