Jackson's Nanny Acted as Nurse, Claims ChildrenWhit Honea
Michael Jackson’s ex-nanny Grace Rwaramba, who may also be his ex-mistress, fears for his children.
She has flown from Europe to Los Angeles in hopes of being reunited with the Jackson kids.
Rwaramba, 42, also claims that on several occasions she had to pump Michael Jackson’s stomach to remove dangerous amounts and mixtures of painkillers. She believes that Jackson was addicted to the narcotics.
“I had to pump his stomach many times. He always mixed so much of it.
“There was one period that it was so bad that I didn’t let the children see him… He always ate too little and mixed too much.”
Another time Rwaramba contacted Jackson’s sister Janet and his mother Katherine to assist her in an intervention.
“He didn’t want to listen; that was one of the times he let me go,” said Rwaramba.
Upon hearing of Jackson’s death Rwaramba became distraught for his children.
Says Rwaramba, “I’m really distraught for them. Michael hadn’t been eating and the kids have been so scared for him.
“Now the youngest has been saying, ‘Why Daddy? God should have taken me not him.’
“I took these babies in my arms on the first day of each of their lives. They are my babies.”
Rwaramba worked for Jackson for over 10 years.