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Michael Jackson Only Wanted Access To Elves Catalogue – Personal Maid….

Michael Jackson Only Wanted Access To Elves Catalogue – Personal Maid….

The King of Pop’s former personal maid Adrian McManus made the shocking allegation as she backed the singer’s abuse accuser James Safechuck’s stance on the Thriller star’s marital status.

Michael Jackson never loved his first wife Lisa Marie Presley and only wanted her for access to Elvis’s back catalogue, it has been claimed.

Michael Jackson Only Wanted Access To Elves Catalogue – Personal Maid….

Safechuck claimed in HBO’s documentary ‘Leaving Neverland’, the late pop star told him that he might have to be seen with women or appear as one end of a romantic couple with some, but it was all for show.

McManus has now gone a step further insisting that not only did Jackson not love Presley, but was planning to usurp rights to her rock and roll legend father’s fortune and song rights.

McManus felt sorry for Elvis’s daughter, then a singer and model, adding: “She was 

The former employee of the superstar singer had a unique insight into their relationship, which did not detract Jackson from entertaining dozens of kids in his home.

McManus said: “What I felt with Lisa Marie, was she was very kind. I think that Lisa really truly had a thing for Michael.

“I think she really liked him and the sad part is I had read notes that Michael had in his bedroom and what he had written was that he wanted to acquire the song list of Elvis copyrights.

“So I don’t think Michael was being genuine to her. He wanted Elvis’ legacy and I think Lisa was kind of played for a fool, sad to say. But I think she learned.”

“I caught his eye again, and he looked down laughing. I had his number.

“He thought he could manipulate Lisa to get hold of her dad’s music catalogue, Michael wanted her dad’s songs – not her.

McManus says that the couple did not consummate their marriage.

“Lisa and Michael had a strange relationship,” she said.

“I never saw them have any real genuine romantic interaction.

 

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