MICHAEL Jackson’s former publicist will be making a “major announcement” within the next few days – ten years after the disgraced star’s death.
Raymone Bain, who stood by him throughout his child sex abuse trial, revealed that she will be holding a press conference to discuss Jacko and his legacy.
Raymone Bain, worked as Jacko’s publicist for years and supported him during his trials for child sex offence charges[/caption]
The announcement will be in conjunction with a mandate made by Jackson in 2006 – a year after he was charged with child sex offences.
Bain, who has represented the likes of Serena Williams, Janet Jackson and Steve Harvey, told the Daily Star that the conference will be held in the coming days.
The mystery announcement comes after the King of Pop’s name was dragged through the mud following the release of Leaving Neverland.
The damning documentary turned even some of the strongest fans against Jacko, but his family and friends have stayed true to him.
They have branded the stars of the gritty programme, Wade Robson and James Safechuck, “liars” and “money grabbers”.
Their claims come in a new film that will be released as a direct rebuttal to the sensational HBO expose Leaving Neverland.
‘Michael Jackson: Chase the Truth’ – available on Amazon – features interviews with the star’s defenders including biographer Mike Smallcombe, former child star Mark Lester and ex-bodyguard Matt Fiddes.
Oliver actor Lester, who was best friends with the Thriller singer, is seen branding Leaving Neverland “unbalanced” adding: “It made me feel sick.”
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And Fiddes and Smallcombe then hit back at many of the claims made in the infamous documentary, directed by Dan Reed.
Jackson’s ex-wife Lisa Marie Presley is allegedly writing a book full of ‘explosive’ secrets about their marriage.
The only daughter of Elvis Presley has signed a deal worth $4million (£3.3m) to lift the lid on her time married to the King of Pop, who she wed in a private ceremony in 1994 but divorced in 1996.
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