Michael Jackson paid $35m to silence sex abuse victims?
Secret FBI files claiming late king of Pop Michael Jackson allegedly paid $35m to 'silence' the families of 24 boys, he 'abused' over 15 years, have surfaced. The files exclusively obtained by British newspaper Sunday People, reveal that Jackson allegedly paid large sums of money ranging from $2 million to $20 million to families he believed could potentially expose him. The audio tapes and transcripts compiled by private investigator Anthony Pellicano and given to the FBI; reveal the star allegedly invited kids and their parents to his Neverland ranch and then secretly lured the children to a 'secret room'.
The PI' transcripts were however confiscated by the FBI when Pellicano was himself investigated for bugging celebrity homes, according to reports. According to The Sun, the files include interviews with the singer's housekeeper and her husband Stella and Philip LaMarque who became suspicious of the star's secret meetings with the children.
In one of the recordings obtained, Stella and Philip who lived with the star said the singer would take some kids to his private theatre which had ‘70 seats’. Sometimes he’d be there with the kids.
All night long!” Stella was quoted by The Sun as saying. In 2005 Jackson was accused of sexually abusing 13-year-old Jordan Chandler which he was acquitted of.
He performed sexual acts on me and forced me to perform sexual acts on him," the 30-year-old former dancer told NBC's "Today" show.... Read the full, comprehensive news article and discuss at The New Age Online