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A forensic handwriting expert said Michael Jackson wrote disturbing and sickening messages on a book with pictures of a naked boy.
During an interview on Channel Seven’s Sunday Night, Michael Jacobshagen revealed that these notes were written by Michael Jackson.
He claimed Michael Jackson gave him a book as a gift which had disturbing and sickening messages.
One message read: ‘To Michael, my friend.
‘Your rubba rubba friend, MJ.’
‘Rubba rubba’ means the act of rubbing bodies together in bed, which they did when Jacobshagen stayed with Jackson as a child.
Forensic handwriting expert Bart Baggett confirmed the messages were written by the singer.
‘I’m 100 percent certain the person who inscribed these notes is Michael Jackson,’ he told Seven.
Jacobshagen met Jackson when he was 12 years old. Jackson used to invite him to his Neverland Ranch to spend some time.
Jacobshagen claimed Jackson sent him dozens of letters. One letter read:
‘I truly miss you very much, thank you for your loyalty and support. I wait for you at Neverland. All my love always, Michael Jackson.’
A former maid of Michael Jackson, Adrian McManus also supported allegations as she said:
‘I saw what I saw. Michael kissing on him. Michael’s hands kind of very close to Jordy’s (Jordan Chandler) crotch. It was terrible to see.’
‘They were sitting on his lap. I just saw a lot of fondling. Him maybe rubbing his hands in kids’ hair, kissing them,’ she said of another child.
‘Petting the kids… kind of by the rear end. I didn’t think it was appropriate because they’re not his children… I just didn’t think it was right’ she added.
Meanwhile, Jackson’s lawyer Tom Mesereau said:
‘Some of these accusers have not just changed their story slightly – they have done a 180… before you can defend yourself, you are almost judged guilty. We’re going a little too far I think right now and a lot of people on this particular movement are trying to capitalise.’
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