Geraldine Hughes, a legal secretary who was peripherally involved in the first child molestation case concerning Michael Jackson says he was framed, Roger Friedman of FoxNews.com reports. Hughes worked for attorney Barry Rothman in 1993. Rothman represented dentist Evan Chandler in his divorce from his wife, June. Hughes said allegations against Jackson of child molestation arose from a bitter custody dispute between the Chandlers over their then 12-year-old son. Read more.
Fulfilling Dying Boy’s Wish May Result In Guilt For Masada
November 24, 2003 – Extra caught up with Jamie Masada, the man who introduced Michael Jackson to his then 12-year-old accuser. “The first time he went to Neverland he was very happy and impressed,” Masada revealed. “You should have seen his face… If this allegation is true, I feel really guilty.” He added, “My personal belief is that the kid, the boy, the family, I don’t think they are after any kind of money.”
Blue Show Their Support For Jackson
November 24, 2003 – Radio 1 reports Blue played Brighton over the weekend and sang three of Michael Jackson’s songs in a show of support after his child molestation charges, wearing his trademark red leather jacket, black drainpipes, white socks and slip-on shoes.