Category: Arts and Entertainment > Celebrities
Asked by: rai130-ga
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14 Jun 2005 10:06 PDT
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Question ID: 533237
Is the whole Wacko Jacko thing - the voice, the oxygen tent, Bubbles etc - just a big PR stunt? Is he far more normal in 'real' life?
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From: research_help-ga on 14 Jun 2005 11:27 PDT
Unless you believe the recent trial was a PR stunt, then no, it is his real life. He really does all the weird things we think he does, including sleeping with young boys. As per a juror on the case, they all believed he did the acts that he was accused of, but the prosecution did not prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt. Remember, he was not found innocent, he was found not guilty.
From: rai130-ga on 15 Jun 2005 01:39 PDT
Obviously I don't believe the recent trial was a PR stunt. What I have read reports of though is that he doesn't actually speak in that falsetto voice, he has a baritone voice that he uses to scold employees. I also read that he supervised the release of photos of him in an oxygen tent in the 80s as part of a PR stunt. I was trying to find further information on how much his 'wacko' image is actually a fabrication controlled by his PR people. I am not referring in any way to his trial or the accusations surrounding it. I realise the burden of proof was not met in his trial and that if the jurors were able to give a verdict of 'not proven' (as in Scottish law), they probably would have done so.
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