Michael Jackson's daughter claims father was murdered

Paris claims her father would often drop hints about people being out to get him

Entertainment Desk January 25, 2017

Paris - the only daughter of late King of Pop Michael Jackson - is certain that her iconic father was killed.

The 18-year-old recently told Rolling Stone that she believes the incident was "a setup". According to reports, Michael died from an overdose of powerful anesthetic Propofol. Conrad Murray, his doctor, was later found guilty of involuntary manslaughter but Paris thinks there is much more to the story. "He would drop hints about people being out to get him," she said. "And at some point he was like, They're gonna kill me one day."

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When asked if she thought her father was murdered, Paris replied, "Absolutely...all arrows point to that. It sounds like a total conspiracy theory but all real fans and everybody in the family knows it was a set up."

Paris went on to say that there were many who had wanted Michael dead and that she planned to bring them to justice. She did not, however, name specific people or implicate Conrad in the interview.

The aspiring model recently came under the spotlight for complaining against a Sky Arts series wherein Michael was portrayed by white actor Joseph Fiennes. Paris tweeted she was "incredibly offended" and that show made her "want to vomit," prompting the British TV channel to pull the show.

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Paris - who was just 11 at the time of Michael's death - also praised his parenting techniques and dismissed speculation that he was not her biological father. "He is and will always be my father," she stated. "He never was not and he never will not be. The people that knew him really well say they see him in me - that's almost scary."

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