The wife of the King of Pop, Debbie Rowe, and after all these years, defends her famous husband, Michael Jackson. Author of planetary hits like Heal The World, Billie Jean, Beat It, Thriller, was an audience favorite in his very successful career. Controversies related to his private life still fill the newspaper lines, and his name attracts attention.
Even in the documentary, this famous singer once admitted that he spent many nights with a young man, which led him to the trial. The trial ended with the King of Pop acquitted of all charges of harassing children. After all, Debbie Rowe is defending her ex-husband, in a select show called The Debbie Rowe Interview: The Missing Tapes.
This interview appeared in 2009 after the death of Michael Jackson. His ex-wife categorically says that all the accusations are pure nonsense and that it was never inappropriate for her that her husband spent nights with young boys.
“Yeah, boys hang out with other boys … I’m not his mother. I didn’t see anything inappropriate about it at all.” She added, “How would people view it if it was me? Or you? Would they say it’s inappropriate?” It was the ex-wife’s answer to a journalist’s question on a burning topic.
Continuing the interview, she explains, “I’m confused as to where people have come up with the decision, the blanket statement that it’s inappropriate. It’s because they have mistaken preconceived ideas. Period.”
When asked how she felt when Michael Jackson spent time with their children, she replied emphatically, “He’s their father, and he’s not a pedophile.”
She made it clear to the journalist that the king of pop would never hurt any child and that she was more annoyed to hear the same and severe accusations against him. At the end of the interview, she added and explained, “And that’s why I’m doing this. I’m tired of the lies. I’m tired of the bulls ** t. ”
These stories started after the documentary film by Martin Bashir, where Michael Jackson admits that he spends nights with young boys. A trial follows this in California, where he is accused of molesting a minor. It all happened two years after the release of the documentary and Jackson was acquitted of all alleged charges. These stories become relevant again when another documentary about the life and work of this timeless artist appears.
Michael Jackson and Debbie Rowe have been married for three years, and together they have three children. The divorce followed in 1999, and when the interview took place, they had been divorced for four years.