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Michael Jackson: Debbie Rowe NOT The Biological Mom Of His Kids

By Sassy Smith |

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The secrets are coming out now that pop star Michael Jackson has passed away.  Yesterday, it was reported that Jackson is not the biological father to his children (at least his two oldest, possibly all three), and now comes word that his ex-wife Debbie Rowe is not the biological mother of Prince Michael, 12, and Paris, 11.

Yes, Rowe did carry both children, however, her eggs were not used.  Reportedly all three of Jackson’s children were conceived in vitro.

Sources claim the late music icon is not the sperm donor for any of his children and Debbie’s eggs were not used with the two children she birthed.  Rowe was a “paid surrogate.”

As for Michael’s youngest child, Prince Michael II, 7, (nicknamed Blanket), TMZ says:

“We’re told the surrogate was never told of the identity of the “receiving parent” — Michael Jackson. Three days after Prince was born at Grossmont Hospital in San Diego County, Jackson’s lawyer came to the hospital to pick the baby up and deliver him to Michael.

We do not know if Jackson chose the sperm or egg donors or if he even knew who they were.

Although Rowe is not the biological mother, it’s not a slam dunk that she would lose a custody battle. This type of case has never been litigated in California courts. Since Rowe was married to Jackson when Michael Jr. and Paris were born, there’s a presumption that she’s the biological parent.  That presumption can be rebutted by other evidence.

We know there are documents outlining the whole arrangement for the birth of all three kids. Nonetheless, it’s still an open issue with the courts.”

What will this mean for the children?  Will this affect their grandmother’s guardianship?  Let’s hope not.

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7 thoughts on “Michael Jackson: Debbie Rowe NOT The Biological Mom Of His Kids

  1. Ali says:

    He never bothered to adopt them either so they are legally not his children. He bought the embryos privately to avoid the papertrail. He was so stupid he really thought people would believe that those children were his.

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  6. Norwegian biologist says:

    I think it’s really sad to see that the kids Michael did all he could to protect from publicity, are now pictured everywhere. I think it’s sad that Joe has got anything to do with the kids, knowing that Michael have told that he beat him an was tyrannic towards him and his siblings growing up. And as to Omer being Michaels son, I don’t know. But Omer himself sais it’s not true. Maybe it’s the truth, or maybe he just want to protect himself, as obviosely Michael himself tried to do with all his kids.

    I read all kinds of speculations about whos the biological father og Michaels children… Well, If there has been one blue eyed, fair skinned person in Michaels pedigree, that gene could reccesively have been carried down to these kids. So it is actuelly possible that blue eyes and feir skin could suddenly pop up when he mix his genes with a person who have two of these reccesive genes, wich his former wife must have had since she had the features… Usual? No, since Michael also needs to have a dark eyes/dark skin gene, that is dominant. But actually a 50% chance. And knowing Michaels tendency to do things out of the normal, and that the children was beeing artificially “created”, isn’t it possible he tested the sperm for dna? He could make a list of features he wanted, and they could find the right sperm cells for the children. ” I want a girl, with light skin, blue eyes, brown hair and a narrow nose.” “And I want a boy with light hair, brown eyes, narrow nose, and a light complection.” “OK, Mr. Jackson. Will do, Mr Jackson!”

    So, it’s possible! Why don’t we leave the poor children alone? Everyone who come forward now, claiming to be one or the others father, don’t respect Michaels wishes. He wanted to be their father, and weather he was the biological or adoptive father, doesn’t matter. He was theri fater. The only one they have known. And the only one they should have to know. He also wanted to protect them from the public. I hope his sister can do that for him. I hope the children can decide for them self later in life if they want to be a public person or not…

    But I know they won’t be able to, and it breaks my heart!

  7. Brenda says:

    For me, the thing is that there have been stories that Michael actually has some real biological children out there that never got recognized. If this is true, then It would only be right that they get their rightful share of their inheritance too. I’m just saying. What about those kids. If there are other children out there as some have said, I hope they come forward one day. That’s all.

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