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In this article we will discuss some other events, outside of their allegations against Michael Jackson, which highlight the Arvizo family’s credibility problems. While some of the media in 2005 pretended that the information you will find in this article … Continue reading
Is it true that Jordan Chandler publicly confessed after Michael Jackson’s death that Jackson did not molest him?
No, that is not true. The rumor that after the singer’s death Jordan Chandler publicly confessed that he was not molested by Jackson was an Internet hoax. On the other hand, Jackson’s attorney Thomas Mesereau said that at Jackson’s 2005 … Continue reading
No. This is yet another “hush-money” story that has no factual evidence and in fact, evidence shows a deceitful intention by its source. The story originates from Jackson’s former associate Marc Schaffel. Schaffel formerly worked as an advisor for the … Continue reading
Did the FBI have evidence that Michael Jackson paid off dozens of young boys to silence them after he sexually abused them?
No, they did not. The claim that they did is fake news coming from a British tabloid with that then many other publications ran with but it is not true. On June 30, 2013 British tabloid Sunday People (a publication … Continue reading
From time and time again, you may read people on various Internet websites, gossip blogs, comment sections and even the mainstream tabloid media claim and gossip that during the searches of Michael Jackson’s home in 1993 and/or 2005 child pornography … Continue reading
On March 24, 2003 Janet Arvizo formally hired William Dickerman as her attorney and Dickerman began writing letters to Jackson’s attorney, Mark Geragos on her behalf demanding the return of furniture, clothes, documents and various other items which were put … Continue reading
Since there was no material evidence (DNA, blood, sperm, any kind of medical evidence, love letters etc.) that would link Michael Jackson to the alleged crime the case eventually came down to the credibility of the accuser and his family. … Continue reading