Michael Jackson's daughter Paris hits out at paedophiles 'trying to become part of' the LGBTQ+ community

Chris Edwards
Contributor
Paris Jackson (AP)

Michael Jackson’s daughter Paris has hit out at paedophiles and molesters who try to excuse their actions by claiming they were ‘born this way’.

Paris, who identifies as bisexual, sought to distance herself from such people who she said are trying to join the LGBTQ+ community.

In a now deleted Twitter thread, she made it clear to her 1.3 million followers that she does not condone their actions and that they are not her ‘brothers or sisters’.

"Apparently paedos, molesters and furries are trying to become apart of the lgbtq+, saying they were ‘born this way’ as an excuse,” she wrote.

From left to right, Blanket Jackson, Paris Jackson, and Prince Michael Jackson arrive at the opening night of the Michael Jackson The Immortal World Tour in Los Angeles on Friday, Jan. 27, 2012. (AP Photo/Dan Steinberg)

"IDK how others feel but I personally don't condone f***** children or animals at all and will NOT consider you my brother or sister."

"I should add before y'all attack me on this, there are zoophiles that identify as furries and do the whole thing."

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Her comments come in the wake of the controversial documentary Leaving Neverland, which spotlights her father Michael Jackson’s alleged sexual abuse of two children.

The documentary follows James Safechuck and Wade Robson, who claim they were sexually abused by Jackson after befriending him as young boys – Safechuck was 10 at the time, while Robson was seven.

Paris Jackson distanced herself from paedophiles and molesters in a now deleted thread (Twitter/Paris Jackson)
Michael Jackson and the Robson family in ‘Leaving Neverland’ (Credit: HBO)

In a recent appearance on Good Morning Britain, Jackson’s ex-girlfriend Tatum O'Neal said “it’s hard not to believe” the allegations made against the late pop singer.

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"I don’t know. It’s hard not to believe, right, those boys,” she told Good Morning Britain’s Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid via a live video feed. “I didn't see anything myself.”

She added that she wasn’t shocked by the allegations, as there are “so many disgusting things going on in Hollywood”.

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