On the day that Michael Jackson passed, June 25 2009, the whole world stood still and paid tribute to an icon of the music industry. The King of Pop was a true talent and will be remembered for eternity for his gift.
However, throughout his life and after his death, strange findings about the Thriller singer have emerged and continue to today. And sadly, the oddities appear to be claiming his legacy. That’s where this particular story comes in, regarding him and a well-known face in the acting world.
Yesterday, Michael Jackson’s doctor, Conrad Murray, revealed that MJ had fantasised about one of the stars of Harry Potter when she was just 11. Who was the child in question? Continue over to the next page to find out.
According to the Mirror, Conrad Murray, the doctor who was involved in Michael Jackson’s death, claimed that the pop legend became infatuated with Emma Watson when she was just a child while watching the infamous Harry Potter movies.
“Michael told me he was almost as consumed with British actress Emma Watson. He had ‘fallen in love with her’ when she was in her first Harry Potter film in 2001, when she was just 11. Emma was his second choice for a bride if things did not work out with Harriet.”
Furthermore, Murray disclosed that he had a cardboard cutout of the young actress in his LA home and desired to marry her. He continued:
“I never challenged Michael. That is because I instinctively knew that when it came to very sensitive subjects, Michael could as quickly shut down, as he had been forthright. But one thing was clear: the way Michael spoke about the young girls was not an innocent crush, but an unrequited love.”
The revelations were made about the pop icon in Murray’s tell-all book, This Is It, and this wasn’t the only distressing advancement he made. Continue over the page to learn the other grim details he made public about the star.
Michael Jackson’s infatuation with Watson, now 26, wasn’t the only unsettling claim that the singer’s doctor made. He also declared that his patient would wear surgical masks, dress up as clowns and even pose as a stroke victim so that he wouldn’t be recognised when he romped with call girls.
Before we all lose our faith in humanity entirely after learning these bleak findings, let’s take a look back at how the King of Pop has positively influenced so many lives. And not just humans, animals too…
In 2011 Murray was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter of the King of Pop, and served half of a four year suspended sentence. The claims that have emerged in the wake of his death have yet to be proven, but they are troubling nonetheless.