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Michael Jackson: the terrible revelations about his last moments: Current Woman The MAG

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Since his death on June 25, 2009 from a cardiac arrest, Michael Jackson regularly continues to feed the wildest and most chilling rumors. Because if the missing singer was a musical phenomenon, he had become a phenomenon all by himself. In March 2019, in a shock documentary broadcast on M6, Wade Robson and James Safechuck, claimed that the interplanetary icon had sexually abused them from the ages of 7 and 10, respectively. Charges that have revived the suspicions of pedophilia that have long weighed on the star. Journalist Dylan Howard wished to return to him on the last hours of the king of pop. In a book called Bad: An Unprecedented Investigation Into the Michael Jackson Cover-Up released on July 7, 2020, it tells in particular the terrible addictions of the singer before his death. “Although the facts of Michael’s disappearance do not add to suicide, they certainly reveal a desperate man who committed suicide slowly while taking drugs“, he says.

Michael Jackson had become totally paranoid

Between expensive lifestyle and artistic inactivity, Michael Jackson’s fortune had melted many years before his death in 2009. Debt-stricken, Janet Jackson’s brother was also convinced that someone wanted his life. I’m afraid someone is trying to kill me. There are bad people everywhere. They want to destroy me and take my publishing house. The system wants to kill me, he wrote in his journal. Dylan Howard reveals that the singer wanted to manage his money himself. “I want to sign all checks over $ 5,000 now. Hire an accountant I trust and a lawyer. I want to meet him “, wrote Paris Jackson’s dad.

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