& # 39; My father loved him! & # 39; Marlon Brando & # 39; s son slams claims that Godfather star has rescued Michael Jackson to tears and told the LA prosecutor that the pop star & # 39; may have had something to do with children & # 39;
- Producer of a new Luminary podcast has reportedly received a transcript of a 1994 interview that Marlon Brando prosecuted about his friend Michael Jackson
- The transcript reportedly quotes Marlon as saying that he made Michael cry when he pressed him on his friendships with underage children
- Marlon also said that it is possible that Michael & # 39; may have something to do with children & # 39;
- However, Marlon & # 39; s son Miko Brando is now closing the claims and the new Luminary podcast
- In a letter to the LA Times, he stated: & # 39; This is just a cheap publicity stunt to promote their paid podcast & # 39;
- He added: & # 39; My father would never have been friends with Michael if he thought he could harm children & # 39;
The son of Marlon Brando was beating reports that iconic actor Michael Jackson was shedding tears when he confronted the pop star with his friends with young children.
Miko Brando – who worked as a director and guard at Michael & # 39; s Neverland Ranch – also rejected a claim in a new Luminary podcast that his famous father entrusted his suspicions about the musician's sexual tendencies to LA County prosecutors in 1994 .
Written in a letter to the Los Angeles Times, and obtained by the New York Post on Saturday, Miko, 58, said: “I was friends with Michael Jackson for over 27 years and my dad loved him. I don't appreciate my father's words being twisted to suggest that Michael is hurting someone. & # 39;
Miko & # 39; s letter comes after the claims in a new Luminary podcast with the title Phone Stories: The Trials of Michael Jackson, will be fully released on Sunday.
Miko Brando – who worked as a director and guard at Neverland Ranch – claims that his famous father, Marlon Brando, once spoke anger about his old friend Michael Jackson. Miko and Marlon are shown together in 1990
Miko & # 39; s letter comes in the aftermath of claims in a new Luminary podcast entitled Telephone Stories: The Trials of Michael Jackson, alleging that Marlon testified about Michael's relationship with children to prosecutors in LA
Brandon Ogborn, one of the creators of the podcast, is said to have received a transcript of an interview Marlon Brando gave to prosecutors on March 14, 1994 regarding allegations of child abuse on Michael Jackson.
Ogborn claims that Marlon says in the testimony that he pressed Michael on his friendships with children.
The actor from Godfather reportedly asked Michael: & # 39; Well, who are your friends? & # 39; He said: & # 39; I don't know anyone of my own age. I don't like anyone my own age. & # 39; I said: & # 39; Why not? & # 39;
& # 39; He said: & # 39; I don't know, I don't know. & # 39; He cried so hard that. . . I tried to calm him down. I tried to help him as well as possible. & # 39;
Meanwhile, Marlon also stated in his interview with prosecutors that he believed that Michael & # 39; might have something to do with children (in a sexual way) & # 39 ;.
Brandon Ogborn, one of the creators of the podcast, is said to have received a transcript of an interview Marlon Brando gave to prosecutors on March 14, 1994 regarding allegations of child abuse on Michael Jackson. Michael is shown that same year
Marlon died in 2004, while Michael died in 2009.
Miko Brando now defends the two late icons and destroys the new podcast.
This is just a cheap publicity stunt to promote their paid podcast. My father would never have been friends with Michael if he thought he could harm children, and he would never imply anything negative about Michael. & # 39;
Michael & # 39; s friendships with children have long been the subject of much discussion and insinuation.
Miko and Marlon are shown together in 1990. Miko says his father would never speak angry about their mutual old friend Michael
On December 18, 2003, prosecutors in Santa Barbara County, where Neverland is located, formally accused the pop legend with seven counts of child abuse and two counts of stunning a minor with alcoholic beverages.
Michael strongly denied the charges against him and was acquitted in June 2005 after a controversial lawsuit.
Meanwhile, Michael's sexual inclinations also appeared in the news earlier this year after the release of the documentary Leaving Neverland.
The film, by British filmmaker Dan Reed, returned to the allegations of child abuse against Jackson through the stories of Wade Robson and James Safechuck, both claiming to have been sexually abused by Michael.
Michael & # 39; s friendships with children have long been the subject of much discussion and insinuation. It is depicted on 2002
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