Source Pravda.Ru

Michael Jackson Runs Away to Europe from Pedophile Scandal

The King of Pop Michael Jackson wants to escape from his Neverland rancho in the USA and to run away to some new castle-like palace in France. Jackson’s private life, especially his private life with children has been a subject of a lot of public discussions recently. The American society went rather indignant after the documentary Living with Michael Jackson, in which the singer released several rather intriguing statements. The King of Pop realized that it would be better for him to leave the territory of the United States and to hide somewhere in Europe.

Michael chose France. Probably, he would buy a house somewhere on the outskirts of Paris. Jackson’s real estate agent said that Jackson was looking for a house in Europe indeed. “He has already paid his attention to several places, although I can not name them. In a month he is to consider some other variants,” the agent said.

If Michael Jackson moves over to Europe, it would be the first occasion of his escape from the United States. Jackson tries to run away from the pedophile scandal. Years ago, in the beginning of the 1990s, the pop idol managed to get away with the child abuse allegation – he just paid millions of dollars to the family that sued him.

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