Jacko didn't father kids: Ex-wife

Michael Jackson’s ex-wife Debbie Rowe has revealed that the late King of Pop is not the actual father of Prince and Paris.

Rowe made headlines 13 years ago when Jackson had announced that she would be the mother of his first child, Prince, now 12. However, Rowe has now revealed that Jackson is not the real father, and that she has conceived both kids through artificial insemination, with sperms from an anonymous donor.

“It’s just like I impregnate my mares for breeding. It was very technical,” News.com.au quoted her as having told the News of the World.
“Just like I stick the sperm up my horse, this is what they did to me. I was his thoroughbred,” she added. However, it was due to complications during the birth of Paris that left Rowe unable to bear any more children. She said that it was at that stage that Jackson ended their relationship, and paid her $9 million over nine years in exchange for custody of the children.

Rowe and Jacko got married at the Sheraton Hotel in Sydney in November 1996 while the former was pregnant with Prince, but she said the two of them never had sex during their time together.

Court fight
Meanwhile, Michael Jackson’s mother, Katherine, is taking care of the singer’s three children and the family will go to court in part to protect her rights to custody, the family’s spokesman said Monday.

Londell McMillan, the Jacksons’ attorney, said the family hasn’t heard from Deborah Rowe, the mother of Jackson’s two oldest children, about custody. “I don’t think there will be anybody who thinks that there is someone better” than Katherine Jackson to have custody, McMillan said on NBC’s Today show. “She is a very loving host of other grandchildren.”

Jackson left behind three children: Michael Joseph Jackson Jr, known as Prince Michael, 12; Paris Michael Katherine Jackson, 11; and Prince Michael II, 7. The youngest son was born to a surrogate mother.

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