One of the things that really puzzled me was about the mothers of the children. Is a shed load of money really enough to give your children away? To a suspected paedophile who definitelty sleeps in a bed with little boys? Debbie Rowe was married to Jackson. Surely she could have gone back and disputed custody? Maybe as Blankets mother was a surrogate she had signed away her rights. I wonder if they regret it, or whether they were just deluded fans of MJ and thought that was the ultimate fan sacrifice?She looks like a young Debbie Rowe...I think it's likely she is the mother. I think a lot of people see Michael with his whitened, straighter hair and make the comparison to Blanket. Blacket looks nothing like a young Michael in his natural form.
I've seen Leaving Neverland, and years ago a documentary called 'Michael Jackson's Boys'. He was a disgusting predator and had major psychological problems so nothing about the paternity issues surprise me.
I remember seeing Prince on TV as a toddler with white blonde hair and black re-growth and just being shocked by how obvious it was. He was sexualising his own son - the 'Peter Pan' image was clearly a preference of his. He had statues and imagery all over his house.
I feel sorry for the many victims there must've been. And so many are clearly afraid to speak out. I was such a massive fan of his, but it is now stomach churning.
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The Royals seem to have inadvertently been friends with quite a few Paedophiles over the years. I dont think they were involved just that they are not that bright, surrounded by sycophants and dazzled by people like Saville, Lauren's van der post, who fathered a child with a 14 year old when he was in his 40's and of course Epstein. Lord Mountbatten was suspected of being a paedophile by the FBI too.He comes across to me as far too much of a loner and an egotist to be involved with such a group. He always seemed very selfish and wanted to be in charge of everything. No way would high ranking politicians and royals let him be in charge. There were probably a couple of hangers on of his involved (in fact one of them was jailed, and another one died before going to court), but they were people he could control. Like I said, I think he worked very hard on cultivating an image of being highly connected, and maybe he even believed it himself. But I think if it had actually been tested it would have fallen apart very quickly indeed.
Now, whether there was a group involving MPs and the royals is a different matter, but if so I don't think Savile was involved in it.