Jackson was conned by doctors into surgery: friend

Jackson was conned by doctors into surgery: friend


Lester, who is also godfather to Jackson's children - Paris, Prince Michael Jackson I and Prince Michael Jackson 'Blanket' II, says they never discussed the star's surgery but is convinced that his friend was tricked into undergoing expensive procedures by practitioners who were after his cash, reports IANS-WENN.

The English actor also recalled preventing Jackson from spending thousands on his youngest son Blanket's dental treatment when he only needed a small filling.

"I do believe Michael was conned into a lot of it (surgeries). I remember, a few years ago, when Blanket needed a tooth filling, nanny Grace took him to the dentist and the practitioner advised that he needed $40,000 worth of work,” said Lester.

"I spoke to Grace and told her to get a second opinion and take him to a dentist under a false name. She did and all he needed was a $200 filling," he added.

Jackson, who passed away June 25 here, had confessed to having gone under the knife only twice. But experts insist he had multiple cosmetic surgeries and several other procedures.

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