Michael Jackson’s Kinky Sex Life Revealed

How much do you already know (or think you know) about Michael Jackson’s sex life? How much do you want to know? For those interested in the devilish details of the late pop star’s life, former physician Conrad Murray’s tell-all tome is bound to be a tantalizing treat.

Released Tuesday, Murray’s literary take on Michael Jackson’s kinky sex life may leave more than a few readers baffled. Although never convicted of any child molestation charges, many believe that Jackson had a weird proclivity for young boys. If Conrad Murray is to be believed, Michael Jackson actually preferred skinny Las Vegas hookers.

According to the New York Post, disgraced ex-doctor Murray paints a picture of the King of Pop as a dedicated heterosexual who had a thing for ultra thin women, especially those of the paid variety. In the pages of This is It, Murray claims that when Michael Jackson was in the mood for some kinky sexual fun, he checked into a room at an off-Strip hotel called the Gold Coast Hotel & Casino. And he invited his doctor along for the ride.

Sitting on Flamingo Road west of Las Vegas Boulevard, the Gold Coast Hotel & Casino is the kind of Sin City property where nobody would expect to find a well-heeled celebrity of Jackson’s caliber. According to Murray, that was precisely the place’s appeal. In This is It, he writes the following.

“We chose it precisely because it wasn’t the glitzy Vegas mega-hotel that attracted the rich and famous and packs of paparazzi. It also had a relatively small lobby and casino, meaning we could pass through to the hotel’s elevator quickly enough so as not to have Michael identified.”

Murray claims that Michael Jackson’s kinky sex life included costumes and role playing games.

“I once wore scrubs and Michael walked with a limp, pretending to be a stroke victim. He was drooling on one side of his mouth.”

According to The Mirror UK, Murray revealed that Jackson sometimes enjoyed sex while wearing a clown outfit and speaking with a phony accent, so the Las Vegas prostitutes he messed around with would not recognize him.

Michael Jackson was the seventh of nine children born to erstwhile bar band guitarist Joe Jackson and Alabama native, Katherine Scruse Jackson, in Gary, Indiana. Wed in 1949, the Jacksons started their enormous family almost immediately. According to Michael Jackson’s bio at Rolling Stone, Maureen, known as “Rebbie,” was born in 1950. A year later, Sigmund, who goes by the nickname “Jackie” arrived. Toriano “Tito” Jackson was born in 1953, LaToya in 1956, and Marlon a year after that. Michael Jackson made his earthly debut on August 29, 1958. In 1961, Randy Jackson was born. Five years later, baby Janet completed the family.

By the time Michael Jackson was 8-years-old, his dad was entering him and his older brothers in local talent contests. In 1966, Joe Jackson began booking the family act into Chicago nightclubs. Of those early days of The Jackson Five, Michael said the following.

“I used to stand in the wings of this one place in Chicago and watch a lady whose name was Mary Rose. This girl would take off her clothes and her panties and throw them to the audience. The men would pick them up and sniff them and yell. My brothers and I would be watching all this, taking it in, and my father wouldn’t mind.”

Conrad Murray claims that he did not write the book to cash in on Michael’s continuing popularity. Although he told The Mirror, “If it brings in some gratuities, that will be fine,” Murray assures his readers that Michael Jackson actually wanted him to write his life story. Murray said that Jackson considered him family and that he “begged” him to write his biography in the event that he died.

And die he did. Not only did Michael Jackson meet his end due to an overdose of anesthetic drugs, it was Conrad Murray who gave them to him. In November 2011, the Granada-born physician was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Michael Jackson on June 25, 2009 and was sentenced to serve a total of four years in prison. Murray served two years in Los Angeles County Jail and was released in October 2013.

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