The Jaw-Dropping Report About Michael Jackson’s Remains Revealed Ten Years After His Death
When Michael Jackson died at the age of 50 in 2009, the world was left with many questions. The first was how did he hide his alleged addiction to drugs from the public for so many years. The next series of questions began years after his death, when allegations of sexual misconduct with minors began to resurface. These weren’t necessarily new allegations, but once the wound was reopened it lead to new information.
DNA Samples Requested?
Next week marks the ten year anniversary of Michael Jackson’s death, a day many folks remember where they were when they heard the news. Although death is supposed to be the final act in one’s life, Jackson’s name has never stopped being a hot topic- primarily because of the numerous sexual assault claims being thrown at him in the aftermath of his passing. In an attempt to get more answers for their claims Radar Online reports:
“There are at least 11 more Michael Jackson victims who had hoped their stories would be proved by digging up his body and examining his remains and taking DNA swabs.”
Details Of What Reportedly Happened With MJ’s Remains
The reported DNA samples may not happen because, allegedly, Jackson was cremated shortly after his star-studded funeral in July 2009. Apparently, his body was kept on ice for a few months until his family had him cremated. And as far as the beautiful golden casket he was laid to rest in? Yeah, allegedly that’s empty:
Via Radar Online- Jackson’s golden casket was publicly installed in a crypt at Forest Lawn Memorial Park’s Great Mausoleum in Glendale, Calif., to “distract” fans from the truth — and thwart plans to rob the Moonwalker’s grave, sources said.
“There is no record of Michael Jackson’s body on the Forest Lawn manifest,” noted a source.