Just when it looked as though pop icon Michael Jackson could finally rest in peace, Mark Fiddes, a highly accomplished martial arts expert who operates a series of martial arts schools, and former British bodyguard, discussed in an interview with The Sun Newspaper allegations of vicious angst in the Jackson family, and has alleged that Michael Jackson even went as far as to order his brother, Randy, to be killed.
In a rare insight into the inner workings of the Jackson Family, Fiddes opens up about a family war that had apparently been waging for years. It’s believed that Michael Jackson refused his family entrance to his properties, including the Neverland Ranch, potentially due to the family’s desperation to go ahead with a $500 million deal for a Jackson 5 reunion tour.
Tensions climaxed during an incident where Randy Jackson attempted to push through security to gain access to Michael, resulting in Michael ordering his guards to shoot Randy dead. Fiddes adds that Jackson’s drug-induced paranoid state served to fuel the fire, and that he was “out of his mind on drugs” when he gave the directive, which of course was not carried out.
Rumors surrounding MJ’s demise are peppered with instances of drug abuse, which seem to have started after Jackson suffered burns during the filming of a Pepsi commercial. Fiddes discusses how he witnessed Jackson’s increasing sense of paranoia as early as 2005, when he replaced his security personal mainly with Nation of Islam bodyguards.
Fiddes has chosen to bare all, shedding light on the alleged romance between Jackson and Whitney Houston, as well as Jackson’s obsession with bleaching his own skin.
Another heartbreaking glimpse into the ‘personal’ life of the late superstar.
Source: The Sun UK
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