Michael Jackson's Trials

Michael Jackson's Trials


The Ongoing Trials of The Late Michael Jackson

Friday, December 02, 2005

Rowe Denies Insemination Claims

There has been a further twist to the ongoing bizarre tales being spun about the goings in the life of Michael Jackson.

Debbie Rowe now denies that she spoke to any Irish newspaper about the story that Jackson was not the natural father of their children, Prince Michael and Paris.

It is alleged that Rowe claimed that the children were both conceived using anonymous semen bought from a sperm bank.

She allegedly told the Sunday World:

"Michael knows the truth - that he is not the natural father of Prince Michael Jr and Paris. He has to come clean.

I have no information whatsoever about the identity of the semen donor for either child as such (semen) was obtained anonymously from a semen bank under an agreement of confidentiality

Rowe denies the story, and says that she was in the US with a cold at the time of the interview.

Don't they have phones in the US?

Her lawyer, Iris Finsilver, has added that Rowe would never say anything to risk her visitation rights.

Fair comment, except that if it were proved that Jackson was not the father then presumably Rowe would get custody?

There is a game being played here, and the press and the public are the patsies.

Thursday, December 01, 2005

Jackson To Fight Drug Allegations

Update to yesterday's story about the investigation into allegations about Michael Jackson illegally trafficking prescription drugs.

It is reported that a source, close to the Jackson family, has said that Jackson would fight this allegation in court.

Wednesday, November 30, 2005

Michael Jackson Investigated for Drug Trafficking

It has been reported that police are investigating allegations that Michael Jackson has been trafficking prescription drugs, and that during a police raid that they have found traces of cocaine on his clothes.

Police are investigating allegations that Jackson smuggled prescription drugs from America to Bahrain, in order to maintain a 40 pill a day habit.

Former aides are alleging that Jackson is addicted to painkillers and anti-depressants, seemingly the drugs of choice of those in showbusiness.

Papers released by Santa Maria court note that Jackson's former security guard, Chris Carter, has claimed that Jackson is addicted to Xanax, an anti-anxiety drug.

Apparently a haul of prescription drugs was seized during the raid on Neverland in 2003, additionally traces of cocaine were allegedly found on Jackson's trousers.

The probe into the drug allegations is being led by Santa Barbara's district attorney, Tom Sneddon.

I suspect that Tom Sneddon won't be happy until Jackson is behind bars.

Who's The Daddy?

Debbie Rowe, the mother of two of Michael Jackson's children, has claimed that they are not Jackson's. She alleges that she was inseminated with sperm from a sperm bank.

She is quoted as saying:

"Michael knows the truth that he is not the natural father of Prince Michael Jr. and Paris. He has to come clean."

This coincides with her current tribulations with Jackson, as she battles for access rights to the children. I would ask at this stage, if they are not his children, why did she hand them over to him?

All this is rather a contrast to her more than favourable testimony, on Jackson's behalf, at his recent trial.

Ever get the feeling that a few tales have been spun?

Monday, November 28, 2005

Jewish Lawyer To Defend Jackson

In response to potential legal action for alleged anti semitism, Michael Jackson's Jewish lawyer Brian Oxman has stated that he will defend him.

The case centres on remarks allegedly left by Jackson two years ago, on the voice mail of his former adviser Dieter Wiesner. The message says:

"They suck them like leeches. They start out the most popular person in the world, make a lot of money, big house, cars and everything, and end up penniless. It's a conspiracy. The Jews do it on purpose."

Abraham H. Foxman, the national director of the Anti-Defamation League, said:

"Michael Jackson has an anti-Semitic streak and hasn't learned from his past mistakes. It seems every time he has a problem in his life, he blames it on Jews."

The League have demanded an apology from Jackson.

Oxman is quoted as saying:

"I have been with the Jackson family for 15 years, and I'm Jewish. I have never once seen anything anti-Semitic from him or from his family."