A 25-year-old man claimed he is the biological son of the late King of Pop, demanding a DNA test which was denied by Michael's trustees.
The trustees of Michael Jackson's estate have rejected a creditors claim from a man alleging he is the late pop star's biological son. Prince Michael Malachi Jet Jackson, 25, had filed a claim with the estate, demanding a DNA test to prove he was fathered by the legend, reports TMZ.com.
Jackson is known to have fathered children Prince Michael, 13, and Paris, 12, with his ex-wife Debbie Rowe. His youngest child, eight-year-old Prince Michael II, aka Blanket, was conceived using a surrogate mother.
Estate lawyer Howard Weitzman rejected the man's claim on Tuesday, April 13, a day after filing court documents to dismiss seven other creditors. Previously rejected claims include a woman who claimed to have been married to the King of Pop.