Michael Jackson Says He Was Betrayed By Bashir

immediately released a statement through his British representative Stephen Lock, criticizing Martin Bashir’s portrayal in ‘Living With ’, which airs tonight on ABC. “I trusted Martin Bashir to come into my life and that of my family because I wanted the truth to be told,” Jackson said. “Martin Bashir persuaded me to trust him, that his would be an honest and fair portrayal of my life and told me that he was ‘the man that turned Diana’s life around’.”

The pop star went on: “Today I feel more betrayed than perhaps ever before; that someone who had got to know my children, my staff and me, whom I let into my heart and told the truth, could then sacrifice the trust I placed in him and produce this terrible and unfair program. Everyone who knows me will know the truth which is that my children come first in my life and that I would never harm any child.”

Jacko Gets Nose Jobs To Sing In Higher Notes

February 6, 2003 – Conan O’Brien joked during his Late Night monologue last night, “In a new interview, Michael Jackson claimed that he’s only had two nose jobs, and he only had those so he’d be able to sing higher notes. [Laughter] On the other hand, Jackson said he had his testicles removed just for fun. [Laughter] Just something he wanted to do at the time.”

‘Living With Michael Jackson’ Is ‘Amazing’

February 6, 2003 – David Bianculli of the New York Daily News previewed ‘Living with Michael Jackson’, which airs tonight at 8 PM ET/PT on ABC. He gave the Martin Bashir documentary a 3 1/2 star rating and said, “‘Living With Michael’ is a tougher Jackson interview than either Oprah Winfrey’s a decade ago or Diane Sawyer’s 1995 sitdown. Its goal really appears to be understanding, rather than exploitation, and it’s a superior work because of it. Don’t miss it tonight, or you’ll be left out of a lot of conversations tomorrow.”

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