Sky News has more video of Michael Jackson’s shocking baby dangling incident in Berlin on Tuesday. Meanwhile, they report that The five-star Adlon hotel where the star is staying said it had received numerous calls from people outraged by television images showing Jackson dangling his son, Prince Michael II, from the balcony of his hotel suite. Read more (video has been removed).
Like Himself, Jacko Is Robbing His Kids Of Their Childhood
November 20, 2002 – Dominic Mohan of The Sun is blasting Michael Jackson for his baby dangling incident as well as his visit to the zoo today, which saw his other two children being covered in bizarre purple veils. Mohan writes, “His aides claim he does it to disguise them as a precaution against kidnap attempts. But it is simply one more symbol of his paranoia and warped sense of reality. And it is hard to believe he is 44 when he behaves like someone a quarter of his age. Jacko attacked his own father for robbing him of his childhood. Yet he is exposing his children to similar pressures.”
Moby Says Jacko Baby Dangling Was ‘Most Disturbing’
November 20, 2002 – Moby joined the list of people chiming in on the Michael Jackson baby dangling incident in Berlin on Tuesday. Moby writes on his online diary: “The 20th and 21st centuries have seen a lot of bizarre celebrity meltdowns. And a lot of instances where celebrities have behaved boorishly or unethically. But Michael Jackson dangling a baby off of a 4th floor balcony really does just about take the cake. That photograph is one of the most disturbing things that I’ve seen in a long while. I don’t even think that I can make a lighthearted quip about it. It’s just upsetting. Ugh. Moby.”
CBS Early Show Discuss Jacko’s Baby Dangling Incident
November 20, 2002 – Lori Majewski of Us Weekly was on the CBS Early Show this morning to discuss the Michael Jackson baby dangling incident in Berlin, Germany on Tuesday. Lori said she was baffled by the incident but said that Jacko was so good to his fans, especially the 100 or so core fans that follow him from city to city throughout the world.