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So what did Michael Jackson admit to then?

15 replies

WinkyWinkola · 15/04/2009 10:18

I know it's old news but DH has got tickets to his show through work and before I go, I want to remember what happened.

Was it Jesus Juice and sharing a bed with young boys? Or was all that thrown out of court?

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nancy75 · 15/04/2009 10:20

i dont know what he admitted to, but for the duration of his shows he will be living down my mum and dads road - his name is a dirty word in our house, they have already had the news of the world round wanting to rent rooms!

Nancy66 · 16/04/2009 13:52

He has admitted sharing his bed with young boys and given them alcohol (I think).

How many 40 year old men do you know that sleep with young boys they aren't related to?

The man is a paedophile. I know a very respected journalist that read the entire Jordy Chandler transcripts and said there is no doubt that he sexually abused him.

wahwahwah · 16/04/2009 13:57

I think the kids parents are just as guilty.

"Oh yes, you 40 year old wacky pop star with neon question marks next you your name. Take my kid to stay with you as your special 'friend' for sleepovers in your very very child-friendly mansion. And you have 2 kids by rent-a-mums, probably by artificial insemination so you didn't have to sleep with them and had Elvis Presley's daughter as your beard. Nothing creeky there at all. By the way, our bank account details are xxxxxxxxx.'

Glitterknickaz · 23/04/2009 20:54

wahwahwah make that 3 kids and you're spot on

tiredemma · 23/04/2009 20:56

Cant stand him. Freak.

wannaBe · 23/04/2009 21:12

he's not normal though is he?

Not excusing what he may o may not have done (and just because a journalist says he did doesn't mean anything), but the man clearly never had a normal upbringing and even now doesn't come across as normal.

And yes, parents equally at fault if something went on.

veryangrymum · 23/04/2009 21:31

I always wonder if he has been thoroughly assesed by social services in usa. I hope he doesn't evade all that. The truth will all come out though once the kids are grown up

Nancy66 · 25/04/2009 13:58

No it won't - he paid them all off.

And wannabe it wasn't what the journalist said it was what the official court papers said - the guy is a filthy paedo.

TitsalinaBumsquash · 25/04/2009 14:01

I don't think he abused thoses kids, the mum of them had already accused several different men of abusing several other members f the family, im not however saying that MJ is not a very disturbed man with a very sad childhood and life in the public eye.
I would kill for tickets to see his concerts.

Nancy66 · 25/04/2009 14:04

One or two of the accusers were certainly in it to extort money from Jackson - but he most definitely sexually abused boys.

Michael Jackson fans seem unable to accept this.

TitsalinaBumsquash · 25/04/2009 14:06

Im not a huge, hysterical fan i just personally don't belive it, just different opinions i guess. He's just got a facinating life and a huge part of music culture - thats why i would kill for tickets.

wannaBe · 25/04/2009 14:27

"he most definitely sexually abused boys." And you were there I presume?

Am not a mj fan btw, but I don't think it's as blac and white as all that - I really don't.

And worth bearing in mind that given mj has never been found guilty of anything, statements such as "he most definitely sexually abused boys." amount to lible.

Nancy66 · 25/04/2009 15:33

So exactly how normal is it for a 40 year old man to sleep naked in a bed with naked 12-14 year old boys? to ply them with alcohol and to show them pornography? You'd be happy with your other half doing this would you?

Why pay tens of millions to families to go way if you've done nothing wrong?

He hired the best legal team money could buy and they got him off.

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