The New York Daily News reports that according to a transcript of a taped 1993 interview with French-born cooks Philippe and Stella LeMarque, a married couple who spent 10 months in 1991 and 1992 on the staff of Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch, the late Marlon Brando was deeply troubled by the King of Pop’s behavior with children. Stella LeMarque said Brando “would come to the ranch and always see Michael playing, [and] disappear with the children. Michael would never spend time with the adults who came to the ranch.” And Brando didn’t like it.
Jackson Trial Treated Like An Awards Show
February 20, 2005 – Jay Leno joked during his Tonight Show monologue on Friday night, “As you may know, I’ve been called as a witness in the Michael Jackson trial. Why do people applaud that? See so many celebrities wind up in court now, people think it’s like an awards show. ‘Oh you got picked for that trial. Not doing that crappy Phil Spector trial…’ … As I’m sure you know, Michael Jackson left the hospital the other night and he’s doing great. He said he feels like a kid again. … Although Michael has gone home for the hospital. His doctors say he will ‘remain under observation’. Remain under observation? If he were under observation to begin with, none of this would’ve happened! We took our eye off the ball.”
Alternative Treatment Suggested For Jackson
February 20, 2005 – Tina Fey reported during her ‘Saturday Night Live’ ‘Weekend Update’ segment last night: “On Tuesday, jury selection for the Michael Jackson trial was postponed when the pop star was taken to a hospital to be treated for the flu. Which is weird, ’cause I would have treated the pedophilia. … Earlier in the week, Michael Jackson’s attorney told prospective jurors that defense witnesses in his child molestation trial could include celebrities such as Elizabeth Taylor, Nick and Aaron Carter, Diana Ross, Corey Feldman, Peter Pan, Mighty Mouse, Cap’n Crunch, a dancing spoon in a top hat, and Larry King.”