‘Frankenstein MJ took test-tube route to have ideal kids’

August 23rd, 2009 - 12:31 pm ICT by ANI  

Michael Jackson London, August 23 (ANI): Michael Jackson took Dr Frankenstein’s role seriously as he picked friends and acquaintances to provide him with the sperm and eggs he thought would create a perfect family of test-tube kids, according to reports.

The King of Pop was said to have teamed up with fertility doctors and his skin specialist Dr. Arnold Klein and produced kids Prince Michael, 12, Paris, 11, or Blanket, seven, by genetic engineering.

“Michael is not the father of a single one of the children in the biological way, but in chemical terms he oversaw their creation as a dad,” the News of the World quoted a source, known to the star Jacko and his family for over 16 years, as saying.

“Michael wanted his kids to be the best in every possible way and that prompted him to take the laboratory route instead of leaving nature to take its course.

“He was adamant that the children should come from intelligent, respected and - most importantly - healthy genes.

“He feared passing on vitiligo - the hereditary skin condition that turned Jacko’s skin from black to white.

“His drug problems also played a major role as he knew his sperm may be damaged,” the source added.

The singer’s former wife Debbie Rowe was alleged to be his ‘vessel’ and carried the fertilised eggs Jackson had created.

The source said: “Michael asked many of his friends to help donate their eggs and sperm from 1994 to 1997, and then he chose two each time for his babies. Added into the mix were anonymous donors who he felt came from good stock.

“One friend he asked to donate sperm was a well-known Hollywood actor who now suspects he may be the father of Blanket. He had a unique bond with Michael.

“Once Michael decided, the names were noted and given to Arnie, who locked them away in a safety deposit box. No one knows if Arnie has looked at them.” (ANI)

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