A disturbing new report alleges that Michael Jackson once dreamt of marrying a then 11-year-old Emma Watson in her early ‘Harry Potter’ days.
According to Hollywood Life, Dr. Conrad Murray is still fixated on his former patient, the King of Pop, seven years after his death.
His book titled “This Is It: Laying Bare Grim Details From the King of Pop’s Life”, which has serious claims about illicit relationships Michael Jackson allegedly wanted to have with little girls, including an 11-year-old Emma Watson.
NME reports that the book claims that Jackson had "fallen in love" with the Harry Potter actress, with Murray also claiming that Jackson had a cardboard cut-out of Watson in his home.
Michael, according to the book, was grossly infatuated with a 12-year-old girl named Harriet, the daughter of his close friend, Michael Lester.
He allegedly told Dr. Murray that he “had a huge crush” on the little girl, and wanted to marry her. The doctor claims that Michael was so serious about this, that he researched laws about where in the world it would be legal to marry a girl that young.
He then said if he could not marry Harriet, he wanted Emma Watson. At that time, she was 11. This is also around the time he was put on trial for child molestation.
Murray added: "This was the closest Michael ever came to answering my own unasked questions about the paedophilia allegations that had haunted him for years.
"I never challenged Michael. That is because I instinctively knew that when it came to very sensitive subjects, Michael could as quickly shut down, as he had been forthright. But one thing was clear: the way Michael spoke about the young girls was not an innocent crush, but an unrequited love."
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