LOS ANGELES UNITED STATES.- Matt Fiddes, former bodyguard of the late singer Michael Jackson, spoke for the first time about the secret room that the singer supposedly had abusing minors in its luxurious Neverland mansion.
After several complaints and the documentary of Leaving NeverlandFiddes clarified that the room was used by Jackson to safeguard his life and not to commit atrocities against children.
“They (the critics) try to convince you that they built a secret children’s room. But that, which was there when he bought the house, was actually a panic room, “said the man.
He added: “The guy was a billionaire and it was completely normal to have a panic room … you would push on a door and there were things there to keep him entertained for a few days until a problem was solved.”
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Fiddes said that near the rancho Neverland People were parachuting, causing the alarms to go off, and security personnel asking him to hide in the room. “So it wasn’t a secret room. It’s the most ridiculous thing that people make up,” he said.
He regretted that the artist’s reputation was tarnished by “crazy accusations.” In addition, he assured that the controversial documentary they needed to add is that they sued Michael Jackson for millions of dollars, but they failed in their attempt, then they appealed and they did not receive a positive response, so they are now making the documentary. “That should have been included in the movie, definitely. And Michael was not there to defend himself,” he said.
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