Michael Jackson's former bodyguard to take paternity test
A martial arts expert and former bodyguard of the late Michael Jackson has revealed that he is planning to take a DNA test in two months to prove whether or not he is the biological father of his former employer.
Matt Fiddes, 31, says that the test will be done in Los Angeles and if the results are positive then he plans to seek access to Jackson’s youngest child, Prince Michael II – also known as Blanket. He may also seek custody once Jackson’s mother Katherine, 80, is unable to look after the 8-year-old.
FIddes claimed to The Sun that he donated sperm to Jackson nine years ago so the star could have “athletic” children.
Fiddes also revealed that British actor Mark Lester also plans to take a test to prove he is the father of Jackson’s daughter Paris. Both Lester and Fiddes have been cut off from the kids since Jackson’s death by Katherine.
Fiddes said: "We are going to have DNA tests. It breaks our heart watching the kids on TV." The two used to see Jackson's children regularly but claim to have been cut off since his death by Katherine.
Watch Fiddes talking about Jackson in an interview below:
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