MJ’s skin doctor admits he could be Prince, Paris’ dad

August 28th, 2009 - 5:10 pm ICT by ANI  

Michael Jackson London, Aug 28 (ANI): Michael Jackson’s skin doctor has refused to undergo DNA test to confirm if he fathered the star’s two oldest kids, insisting he’s “well aware” he could be the dad.

Dr. Arnold Klein fuelled rumours he’s the biological father of Prince,12, and Paris, 11, when he appeared on TV in the aftermath of Jackson’s 25 June (09) death, and claimed he wasn’t their dad “to the best of my knowledge”.

Klein fuelled the rumours when he turned up unannounced at a guardianship hearing, where the ‘Thriller’ hitmaker’s mother Katherine was awarded custody of the kids.

Although he admitted he could well be the father, Klein says he has no interest in finding out for sure.

“There was a possibility that the two older kids could be biologically linked to Dr. Klein,” the Daily Express quoted Klein’s lawyer Mark Vincent Kaplan as telling UsMagazine.com.

While talking about Klein’s appearance at the custody hearing, the attorney reveals, “Dr. Klein wanted to assert a request that he had concerns.

“He had an agreement with Michael Jackson that if anything happened to Michael Jackson… Dr. Klein would do what he could to see that they were protected.”

The lawyer reveals his client is refusing to undergo a DNA test, insisting Jackson was their true father, and he has no interest in challenging the court’s decision to grant Katherine Jackson custody.

“It would serve no helpful purpose for the children to be distracted from believing Michael Jackson is not the father in every possibility… It is not something Dr. Klein feels he is interested to establish,” said Kaplan.

“It would serve no purpose other than creating distraction or noise. It is not going to help the children, other than to solve the answered question, which is a selfish motive to see who the ultimate provider of the 13 chromosomes (is),” he added. (ANI)

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