LaToya Jackson accused Michael Jackson of being the kidnapper

03.9.2019     /     News author: Dima

LaToya Jackson accused Michael Jackson of being the kidnapper
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LaToya Jackson has already accused her younger brother, Michael, of having inappropriate relationships with children.

Two men claim that Michael Jackson subjected his brain to having sex with him while they were children in the documentary; LaToya Jackson made similar allegations about her brother's behavior with little boys during the 1993 interview.

"Michael is my brother. I love him a lot, but I can not and do not want to be a silent contributor to his crimes against innocent little kids, "LaToya Jackson told MTV. "If I remain silent, it means that I harbor the guilt and humiliation that these children feel and I think it's very wrong."

LaToya granted the interview while Jackson was under investigation for alleged sexual assault on 13-year-old Jordan Chandler. The Telegraph reports that Michael's sister once said that Chandler was not the first child that the king of pop had molested.

"Michael needs help," LaToya said. "It's been going on since 1981, and it's not a single child."

The Chandler investigation ended after Michael paid $ 23 million to the boy and his family in 1994. LaToya said it was a more general pattern, telling MTV that allegations against the artist were rare, because he had bought the silence of the survivors with "very large sums. "

LaToya also suggested that the media and the public were complicit in concealing abuses. At the time, it was known that Jackson had children in his orbit who were not his.

"Now, you stop and think for a second and you tell me, what 35-year-old man will take a little boy and stay with him for 30 days?" Asked LaToya. "And take another boy and stay with him for five days in a room and never leave the room? How many of you are 35 years old?

She added, "I love my brother, but it's wrong."

When asked why she chose to report her brother, LaToya mentioned the abuses she and other Jacksons had long reported as having been victimized by their father.

"I am a victim myself and I know what it looks like," she said. "These children will be marked for the rest of their lives, and I do not want to see other innocent little children affected in this way. ... I am even more sorry for these children because they have no more life, they do not have any more. "

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