Tuesday, 18 June 2019

Michael Jackson Put 'Perfume On Lisa Marie's Underwear To Pretend They'd Had S3x', They Were Never Intimate - Ex-Employee


Michael Jackson sprayed Lisa Marie Presley's underwear with perfume to pretend they'd slept together, his ex-employee has claimed.

Jacko was married to Lisa Marie , 51, between 1994 and 1996, with Elvis' daughter supporting him through the child s3x abuse claims that emerged in 1993.

The marriage was often the subject of wild conspiracy theories, with many theorising that it was just a publicity stunt.

Now Sandy Domz, who worked as an administrative assistant at the Neverland Ranch, has claimed the pair weren't intimate.


She told CBS documentary Inside Edition that "it didn’t seem to be a natural relationship or a friendship".

Domz said: "Michael would get a hold of some underwear and throw them on the floor.

“They were also sprayed with perfume and it was to make it look like Lisa Marie had been in the bedroom.

“But to my knowledge, she was never in there. She was either in the rose room or had slept on the guest beds.”

In January 1996 Lisa Marie filed for divorce citing irreconcilable differences.

During an interview with Oprah Winfrey in 2010, the singer revealed she and Michael spent four years after their split trying to reconcile.

She always insisted that their marriage was consumated.

Michael was Lisa Marie's second husband. After their divorce in 1996 she went on to marry Nicholas Cage, (2002-2004) and then Michael Lockwood (2006-2016).

Lisa claimed they'd romped 'all night' and that the Thriller singer preferred having s3x from a standing position.

"It was absolutely wild. He was slow getting started, then he just wanted more and more," she said.

Lisa Marie added that Michael liked to sing and shriek as they got intimate , which often left her in fits of giggles.

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