Michael Jackson was deprived of childhood

05.16.2019     /     News author: Oksana

Michael Jackson was deprived of childhood
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According to personal doctor Michael Jackson, the strangest part of Michael Jackson was his inability to grow up.

Michael Jackson's lack of childhood led him to psychological problems.

Personal doctor Neil Ratner always accompanied Michael Jackson on tour for eight years.

Neil Ratner was a confidant of the hit-maker "Beat it". And Michael Jackson often talked about his own childhood injuries and was obsessed with childish innocence.

“ The strangest part of Michael (was) was his inability to grow up. His inability to want to be an adult. It was his hangup. Perhaps he loved children more than adults , ” said Ratner.

Neil Ratner was a regular guest at Neverland Ranch, but says he did not witness any violence.

This happens after the scandalous documentary “ Leaving Neverland ”, where James Safechuk and Wade Robson claim that both of them were sexually abused by Jackson while living in Neverland.

In the film, Robson and Seyfchak claim that Jackson mocked them from 10 and 7 years, respectively, after they became friends with the King of Pop.

Ratner, who claims to have spent a lot of time in Michael’s bedroom, believes that he would have seen violence if it had happened. But he does not hide that something could happen.

The superstar, which had previously been convicted of molesting minors and acquitted of all the charges, died in 2009 at the age of 50.

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