In an interview with “Metro,” Michael Jackson’s bodyguard says it’s “impossible” for the singer to abuse children.
Ten years after his death, Michael Jackson continues to be at the heart of many controversies. Accused during his lifetime of pedophilia, the scandal is far from over. In March, Wade Robson and James Safechuck, two alleged victims of the King of Pop, made terrible revelations about the star in the documentary “Living Neverland” . A few months later, one of her singer Sheryl Crow confided to the “Guardian” to have seen ” things that seemed really strange to me questioned” during the tour of the star.
Faced with all these accusations, Matt Fiddes, the former bodyguard of the late artist was keen to defend him. In an interview with the British newspaper Metro , who worked for more than ten years for Michael Jackson until his death, explains: ” We knew him, we knew him very well. He spent time with my children. This is not the man described by James and Wade “.
According to him, the singer can only be innocent: ” This story of pedophilia is completely nonsense. We are talking about a man who had girlfriends and had a real marriage with Lisa Marie. That’s how he lived his life. ” He insists that it is “impossible” for the singer to have abused children in Neverland where he was “almost never”. He continues and makes revelations about the love life of the king of pop: ” We used to quietly penetrate girls in his bedroom” .