Insisting that the late singer isn't the biological father of Prince Michael and Paris, Debbie Rowe reveals she was artificially inseminated by an anonymous donor when pregnant with both kids.
A new confirmation has just been made by Michael Jackson's ex-wife Debbie Rowe who tells Britain's News of the World that Prince Michael Jackson Jr. and Paris Michael Katherine Jackson actually aren't the late singer's biological children. Speaking exclusively from her home in California, she says she carried both kids after being artificially inseminated by an anonymous donor.
"Michael was divorced, lonely and wanted children. I was the one who said to him, 'I will have your babies'," she testifies. "I offered him my womb - it was a gift. It was something I did to keep him happy." Debbie opens up further, "I was just the vessel. It wasn't Michael's sperm. I got paid for it, and I've moved on. I know I will never see my children again."
"But after the second birth had so many problems, he knew I couldn't have kids any more. He didn't want anything to do with me. He took the kids," she goes on revealing. "The settlement was written up, and he just wanted me to be quiet."
In further interview with News of the World, Debbie also admits that though Michael has passed away, she doesn't plan to seek custody of Prince Michael and Paris Michael. "I know I will never see them again. I was never cut out to be a mother - I was no good. I don't want these children in my life. My children are my animals now," she insists.
Debbie Rowe was working as a receptionist at a Beverly Hills dermatology clinic where Michael Jackson regularly went for skin treatments when they first met. As time went by, they became close to one another. They tied the knot in November 1996, just months after he had his divorce from first wife Lisa Marie Presley being finalized. Michael and Debbie split in October 1999.