Michael Jackson may NOT be the father! According to TMZ, the paternity results for Miki Howard's son Brandon Howard were actually embellished. The publication reports that the logo for the DNA Medical Lab is actually associated with the Terminator Salvation film.
While numerous media outlets, namely FilmOn.TV, have reported that there is a "99.99999%" probability that Jackson is father of the "Baby, Be Mine" singer's son, the report as well as the image of the paternity results are actually false.
Although Greek Coca-Cola heir and owner of FilmOn.TV, Alkiviades David, claims "he managed to obtain Jackson's DNA from a Beverly Hills doctor who had a dental impression from the legendary performer" the results are still said to be inaccurate.
However, more speculation has come of the whole debacle, as Howard's striking resemblance to Jackson is quite undeniable. There's a very strong possibility that Howard is related to the Jackson family in one way or another. But, how? Well, now, several media reports are linking Howard's 31-year-old son to Jackson's father, Joe.
According to Mirror UK, the gospel singer's son was actually fathered by Joe Jackson, not Michael. So, how did this particular story come about? Back in the early 1980s, Howard was actually represented by Joe, 85. She even toured with the late "King of Pop" and his father at that time. An unnamed inside source also spoke with New York Daily News in regards to the whole paternity scandal.
"I've been hearing for years that Brandon is Joe's son."The unspoken speculation has actually been brewing for quite some time. However, the yesterday's reports of the alleged paternity results simply brought the ordeal to life. Numerous publications have also offered a more specific timeline of their encounters stating that Howard, 53, met Jackson sometime around late 1981 and early 1982. Her son was born soon after.
However, Howard, maintains that he has no interest in Jackson's estate, nor has he claimed to be the late Thriller singer's son. His manager, Scott Broomfield, released a public statement in regards to the situation.
"To my fans, family, and friends, despite recent allegations, I did not authorize the testing of my DNA to be compared to that of the late Michael Jackson. This spring, I agreed to be a part of a documentary with FilmOn.TV and was asked to give a sample of my DNA. Even though I agreed to this I never expected it to be used in this manner."So, when will paternity results be produced where Joe Jackson is concerned? Fans will just have to wait and see how it all plays out!