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Jackson neither the biological nor adoptive father to children

TMZ reports donors used for kids, and the pop star never made adoption official


 

According to a report on gossip site TMZ.com, Michael Jackson is not the biological father of his three children. Michael Jr., Paris, and Prince Michael II were apparently conceived in vitro, with neither Jackson nor Debbie Rowe, the putative mother to Michael Jr. and Paris, contributing biological material to the children. The biological father to Jackson’s two oldest children was reported by Us Weekly to be Jackson’s dermatologist (and Rowe’s former boss), Arnold Klein. TMZ reports the identity of Prince Michael II’s biological parents remain a mystery, perhaps even to Jackson himself, and his surrogate mother was kept in the dark about whom would eventually take custody of the child. Further complicating matters surrounding custody of the children, Jackson reportedly never filed adoption papers for any of his kids, believing no third party would ever lay claim to them.

TMZ (adoption story)

TMZ (paternity story)

Us Magazine


 
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Jackson neither the biological nor adoptive father to children

  1. Man, if the dermatologist is the father, those kids are going to be absolute geniuses.

  2. Honestly, enough. Ok? Just stop it.

    Or change the name to maclE!ans

  3. Man, if the dermatologist is the father, those kids are going to be absolute geniuses. This strikes me as a plant by the Jackson family, however. There is going to be an epic battle over Jackson's will. I hope a court would recognise the kids as his de facto children, as they plainly were.

    • I thought Michael was deeply in debt (like, half a billion dollars). I don't know if his estate will be worth much.

  4. I choose NOT to believe any of the tabloid reports. I think people should stop talking about it and wait until the investigations and truths come out.

  5. "The biological father to Jackson's two oldest children was reported by Us Weekly to be Jackson's dermatologist…"

    If true, that'll be a wank for the history books.

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