Staff of the Neverland Ranch speak out
Andrew Trendell

13:23 11th August 2014

Staff at Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch have spoken out about the bizarre behaviour of the King Of The Pop in his home - claiming that he 'lived in filth' and 'urinated on the floor. 

Two anonymous former maids at the complex have given a new interview to the New York Post, where they describe the Thriller star as "the dirtiest, most unsanitary person in Hollywood".

"Michael sometimes ran around where the animals were, and he’d track... Poop throughout the house and think nothing of it," said anonymous maid No.1. "Then, if you said something, he’d threaten to make doo-doo snowballs and throw it at you."

A second maid recalled an instance after TV host Oprah visited the house in 1993, adding: "He literally peed on the floor of the entryway, right where you saw Oprah walk in. It was surreal. He just stood there, unzipped his trousers and watered the floor."

Another maid then said that the King Of Pop's behaviour began to turn after he was first publicly accused of child molestation by Jordan Chandler, 13, the same year.

"His whole life changed after 1993 when he had to pay that boy off," they said. "I’m telling you, he was the dirtiest, most unsanitary person in Hollywood."

Meanwhile, new allegations of sexual abuse against children have been made against the late Jackson. James Safechuck, 36, claims that Jackson abused him when he was 10-years-old, when he was working with the singer on a Pepsi advert.

Below: How Michael Jackson's legacy has been trashed since his death

  • Michael Jackson - The Live Seance: Joined by four Michael Jackson super fans who all clearly needed psychological help, television entertainer and 'psychic' Derek Acorah "spoke" to Jackson in a startlingly tasteless TV show broadcast just four months after his death. Tasteless even for Acorah, which is really saying something.

  • The Michael album: Poor reviews, accusations of an impersonator actually recording the tracks and the fact Jackson's family claimed to not want it to even released in the first place meant Jackson's first posthumous album was hardly an overwhelming success. There was also appearances from Lenny Kravitz, Akon and, er, 50 Cent. Poor Michael.

  • Michael Jackson - This Is It: Chronicling the relentless rehearsals for his upcoming O2 residency (that many accuse of causing his death), this "concert film" is a depressing depiction of the singer's last few months. Dancing woodenly and weakly croaking out lyrics, this is surely not how Jackson would like to be remembered.

  • Thriller: A Metal Tribute To Michael Jackson: Nobody asked for this.

  • Cirque De Soleil Michael Jackson World Tour: Yeah, we don't quite understand this one either. A bunch of gymnasts contorting their body into weird shapes and jumping all over the place in trippy outfits in time to Jackson's music? We're sure it's incredibly impressive, but there's something about it that leaves a bad taste in the mouth.

  • Ridiculous merchandise: On the official MJ website you can buy vinyls, box sets - and a jacket for £260.

  • Xscape: And if a previous, underwhelming collection of MJ tracks wasn't enough - here comes another. Xscape has been worked on some big names (including Timbaland), but it's part of a Sony promotion for their range of Xperia phones, and Jackson's nephews 3T have expressed concerns over the album, saying their perfectionist uncle would have wanted a say on the material being release. Every heard of 'rest in peace'?

  • The hologram: The Billboard Awards clearly wished to replicate the stir caused by the Coachella Tupac hologram when they brought on a Michael Jackson hologram to perform new track 'Slave To The Rhythm'. Creepily realistic, it all just seems a little much when in the week following the release of MJ's posthumous album Xscape. There's also been accusations the hologram was actually a real life Michael Jackson impersonator.


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