White woman claims Michael Jackson’s GHOST is father of her mixed race baby

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White woman claims Michael Jackson’s GHOST is father of her mixed race baby

A woman claims that her mixed race baby was fathered by Michael Jackson's ghost - and is now suing his estate for child support

According to Now8News, Kiera Johnson said that she was watching the 2-hour Michael Jackson 30 Year Anniversary Special on DVD.

When she got to MJ’s performance of Thriller, however, her eyes grew heavy and she found herself dozing off.

It was at this point that things got a little strange...

The 32-year-old explained: “All of a sudden, I was awakened by a hand caressing my face. But I was home alone; my husband was at work.

“The next thing you know, I’m having this erotic encounter with Michael Jackson. But it wasn’t the white Michael Jackson, he was black, and dressed like he was straight out of the Thriller video.

“I told him to stop, but he would listen.”

Kiera dismissed the ‘realistic encounter’ with Michael Jackson as nothing more than a strange dream.

A very strange dream.

However, on 25th September 2015, she and her husband - also white - welcomed their third child together.

“Everything was going well with the birth,” said her husband Ken.

“But then when I saw my son, and he was black, I said ‘What the hell is this!’ I was in absolute shock. That’s when Kiera told me about her terrifying dream.

“I think it’s wrong what happened and that’s why we are suing Michael Jackson’s estate. We just want a decent amount of child support to help raise his son.”


While many people have dismissed Kiera’s claims, suggesting that she’s probably trying to cover up the fact she had an affair, Kiera insists she has never cheated on her husband Ken with anybody of any race.

And Ken, who dubs Kiera as his “queen”, says he trusts and believes her completely.

The Johnsons say they are willing to accept an out-of-court negotiation and are giving the Jackson family until 1st January 2016 to respond.

The Jackson family have yet to respond publicly to the allegations.

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