Less than a week after Michael Jackson's sudden death, multiple reports have surfaced claiming that Michael Jackson is not the biological father of any of his children. One report also states that ex-wife Debbie Rowe is also not the biological mother of the two of the singer's children to which she gave birth.
According to a report in Us Weekly, multiple sources claim to the mag that Jackson's dermatologist (and Debbie Rowe's former boss), Arnold Klein, is the biological father to Prince Michael, 12, Paris, 11.
"He is the dad," a Jackson source claimed. "He and Debbie signed an agreement saying they would never reveal the truth."
When contacted by Us Weekly, Klein would not comment.
According to a report by TMZ.com, the Jackson children's biological family tree is actually even more of a mystery. The Web site claims that in addition to not fathering his two eldest children, that Jackson did not father his youngest, Prince Michael II, 7, either. TMZ also claims that Rowe is not biological mother of Prince Michael and Paris.
According to multiple TMZ sources, all three Jackson children, "were conceived in vitro — outside the womb," using a sperm donor and that Rowe's eggs were not used. The Web site claims she was used as a surrogate and paid well for carrying the children.
As for Prince Michael II, TMZ reported the surrogate that Jackson used was not told to whom the baby she was carrying would go. Three days after the baby was born at Grossmont Hospital in San Diego County, a lawyer for Jackson reportedly picked up the baby and delivered the newborn to the singer.
TMZ has also reported that it is not known if Jackson selected the donors himself or if he was unaware of whose sperm and egg was being used. The site goes on to claim that documents do exist outlining all of the arrangements surrounding the births of all three children.
In addition to claiming that neither Jackson nor Rowe are biological parents to the three children, TMZ also claims that Jackson never filed the paperwork necessary to adopt the children.
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