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Michael Jackson’s daughter defends him after new child porn allegations

Paris Jackson says her father ‘will always be innocent’

Michael Jackson’s daughter Paris Jackson has defended her late father, after fresh allegations were made over gruesome pornography at his Neverland home.

Claims were made yesterday (June 21) that Santa Barbara police found images of pornography involving animals and children at Jackson’s Neverland home in California in 2003.

But, in a series of tweets, 18-year-old Paris said: “Unfortunately, negativity will always sell. I urge you all to ignore the trash and the parasites who make a career trying to slander my father. The most pure people are always torn down. It will continue to be proven that my beloved father has always been and forever will be innocent.”

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Jackson then posted an image of her father sticking his middle finger up, adding the hashtag #mood.

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Her posts come three days after she refused to post a Father’s Day message in Michael’s memory. Paris wrote: “If you try to harass someone into posting online about a holiday, ask yourself if it’s any of your business.”

Instead, Paris stated that her tattoo based on Jackson’s sleeve for his ‘Dangerous’ album was a more lasting tribute.

Paris was born in 1998. Her mother is nurse Debbie Rowe, who was married to Jackson from 1996-99. The couple had one other child, son Prince, who was born in 1997.

Following the Santa Barbara police allegations, Jackon’s estate issued a statement saying: “Everything in these latest reports is false.”

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