Michael Jackson’s mum ‘may never walk again’ as health declines amid sex claimsFebruary 28, 2019
Michael Jackson’s mother Katherine has reportedly been hit so hard by allegations of paedophilia made against him that she may never walk again.
The 88-year-old is said to be devastated at claims made in Leaving Neverland, and is now in a wheelchair full time.
According to the DailyMail.com , the Thriller singer’s mum’s health took a decline following the "destructive allegations" made against her son, and her family members are concerned about her wellbeing.
An insider said: "I have spoken to family members who have told me that Mrs Jackson is in a wheelchair.
"The Wade Robson and James Safechuck allegations and documentary has affected her enormously, and she is terrifically upset by it. It is affecting her health and condition."
The documentary will tell the stories of Jackson’s former companions, who have since accused him of vile sexual abuse.
Not only is Katherine wheelchair bound, amid reports she feels "betrayed by her son," but she is also said to be "emotionally crippled," after hearing the allegations.
"It is so terrifically sad. While her mind is still strong, the emotions have taken a toll on her body – everyone can see that," the source added.
Katherine’s heartache comes after The Daily Mirror recently reported that the star’s family was in a fight to save his reputation ahead of the film’s release on Channel 4 and HBO.
They fired what they thought would be a fatal strike – a $100million lawsuit against US channel HBO, accusing Wade and James of having “financial motivations”.
But HBO is not about to surrender. Slamming the “desperate lengths taken to undermine the film”, it vowed: “HBO will move forward with the airing of Leaving Neverland, on March 3 and 4. This will allow everyone the opportunity to assess the film and the claims in it for themselves.”
Channel 4 is also standing its ground. They will still show it on March 6 and 7, telling the Mirror: “Our plans remain unchanged. Viewers are entitled to hear from these two men who Michael Jackson first met when they were children.”
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