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Diana Ross' Niece Claims She Is Michael Jackson's Illegitimate Love Child

July 28, 2010 07:06:38 GMT

Mocienne Petit Jackson is reportedly taking court action so she 'formally claim my part of my father's inheritance' beside seeking to claim custody of the pop icon's three children.


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Diana Ross' niece has come forward to lay claim to a piece of Michael Jackson's estate, alleging she is the late King of Pop's illegitimate love child. Mocienne Petit Jackson, who lives in the Netherlands, has filed documents in Los Angeles County Superior Court asking a judge for permission to conduct a DNA test to prove her paternity claim.

The woman alleges she was conceived in 1975 when Jackson reportedly impregnated her mother Barbara, Ross' sister, when he was just 17 years old. Petit Jackson also accuses the "Thriller" hitmaker's mother, Katherine Jackson, of scheming to "abduct" her when she was nine in a bid to preserve the superstar's "reputation".

The legal documents state her seven kidnappers were later murdered, according to TMZ. Petit Jackson, who says she has been diagnosed with Vitiligo, the same skin condition Michael Jackson suffered from, explains she's taking court action now so she can "formally claim my part of my father's inheritance".

She is also seeking to claim custody of the pop icon's three children in a bid to give them a "more normal life". Katherine Jackson was handed full custody of her grandsons Prince Michael and Prince Michael II, and her granddaughter Paris following the pop superstar's death in June 2009. Representatives for the both the Jackson and Ross families have yet to comment on the allegations.


 




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posted by kmg365 on Jul 28, 2010
Where was this person when Michael Jackson was alive anyway? Also, what makes this person think that she can lay claim to Michael's three children anyway? I'm sure Katherine and Debbie Rowe would have something to say in regards to this. I think the other interesting thing here is that she starts out by saying she want to claim her part in her father's inheritance. Once again, you have someone who is only after the money. When is this going to stop!!!!
posted by Sandy on Jul 28, 2010
If her father chose not to bequeath anything to her in his Will, then tough luck for her. You can't "claim" an inheritance that isn't there. Stop frivolous litigation, now.

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