Did Jackson Accuser's Mom Falsely Solicit
January 3, 2005
The TV show "Celebrity Justice" has uncovered
startling new allegations in the Michael Jackson case
that indicate the mother of Jackson's child molestation
accuser used her own son to collect cash.
"Celebrity Justice" Executive Producer, Harvey
Levin, uncovered the allegations and says the mother
effectively conned people into donating money for her
son's cancer treatment. "There are people in Los
Angeles County who believe the mother of this accuser
deceived an entire community," Levin revealed.
Back in 2000, Connie Keenan, editor of the Mid Valley
News, a small-town newspaper in El Monte, just outside
of Los Angeles, had a reporter write a story to help
the mother raise funds for her son's cancer treatments.
"The newspaper agreed to write an article,"
Levin recounted for us. "[The mother] explained
that the chemotherapy bills were enormous, twelve thousand
dollars for each treatment."
But Connie revealed to "Celebrity Justice"
that she began to suspect the mother was out for personal
gain, saying, "She's a shark, she was after the
money. She wanted the money sent to her in her name
at her home address."
Levin added, "The writer was so moved by the mother's
story she brought a Thanksgiving turkey over to the
family and the mother said, 'That's nice, but I'd rather
have the money.'"
The money that the accuser's mother received was supposed
to pay for her son's mounting medical bills, but Levin
uncovered evidence that the bills were already paid.
"Guess what? There were no medical bills. None,"
Levin revealed to us. "The father of this boy was
covered, the entire family covered, by insurance, one
hundred percent. They didn't have to pay a cent."
"My readers were used. My staff was used. It's
sickening," Keenan insisted.
So what happened to the nearly $1,000 donated to help
the sick little boy? "We don't know where that
money went," Levin admitted.
A source speaking for the mother told "Celebrity
Justice" that none of the money was misspent, but
with Michael Jackson just weeks away from trial, money
-- and the motives of the accuser's mother -- will likely
take center stage.