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    Lightbulb Who’s the father of Michael Jackson’s children?

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    The mystery deepens...

    Neither Michael Jackson nor Debbie Rowe were the biological parents of their children - according to new reports.

    Jackson's claim that his sperm was used to conceive 'Prince' Michael Jackson Jr., Paris and Prince Michael 'Blanket' Jackson II has long been disputed - particularly because all three kids are white.

    Now is also alleging the two children Jackson's ex-wife Rowe mothered were conceived outside her uterus using anonymous donated sperm and eggs.

    Rowe's lawyer is disputing the claims, stating, "Ms. Rowe is the biological mother of the two oldest children."

    If the reports are true, they will damage Rowe's chances of gaining custody of Prince and Paris, should she choose to fight her former mother-in-law, Katherine Jackson, who has been granted temporary guardianship.

    Jackson's youngest child, Prince Michael II, was delivered by an anonymous surrogate, whose name doesn't even feature on his birth certificate.

    Meanwhile, the US media has put Michael Jackson's former dermatologist on its most wanted list following reports he's the biological father of the King of Pop's eldest kids.

    Reports have surfaced linking Dr. Arnold Klein to the late star's children by his ex-wife Debbie Rowe, Paris and Prince Michael, and now leading publications and TV news organisations are racing to be the first to get the skin doctor, who was Rowe's former employer, to comment.

    Us Weekly too has claimed that Dr. Arnold Klein is the biological father of the late pop star's two children.

    Quoting multiple sources, the magazine reported on Tuesday (June 30) that though Jackson was married to Prince and Paris' mother, Debbie Rowe, their biological father is Arnold Klein, Jackson's Los Angeles-based dermatologist and Rowe's former boss.

    "He is the dad," the magazine quoted a Jackson insider as saying. "He and Debbie signed an agreement saying they would never reveal the truth."

    Though neither Rowe nor Jackson ever confessed to their kids' true lineage, she did admit in 2002 that she carried his children as a personal favour and would not confirm that the marriage was ever consummated, the weekly said.

    "I said: Let me do this. You need to be a dad. You have been so good to me," Rowe was quoted as saying.

    Rowe first met Jackson when she was a nurse's assistant in the 1980s.

    The magazine said Klein refused to comment on whether he is the biological father of Jackson's two children.

    But his attorney Richard L. Charnley has been quoted as telling Entertainment Tonight: "Dr. Klein is aware of media reports connecting him to Michael Jackson. Because of patient confidentiality Dr. Klein will make no statement on any reports or allegations.

    "Out of respect for his patients and adherence to federal HIPAA regulations, Dr. Klein asks that the media not contact his patients nor interfere with their medical treatments. Like millions of Michael's fans around the world, Dr. Klein is saddened by Michael's death and extends his condolences to Michael's family."

    A longterm decision about Michael’s children’s future will be made in a court hearing on July 6.

    A woman who alleges she's the mother of Michael JAckson's youngest child has launched a bid for custody of PRINCE MICHAEL II - and her case will be heard in a Los Angeles court on July 6.

    Billie Jean Jackson filed for joint legal and physical custody of the youngster in December, and asked for $1 billion in child support as well as the opportunity to participate in Blanket's education and gain weekend visits to him, according to U.S. TV news show Extra.

    Her case will be heard on the same day that Jackson's mother Katherine discovers if she will be granted permanent custody of Jackson's three kids, Prince Michael Jr, 12, Paris, 11, and seven-year-old Prince 'Blanket' Michael II.




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