Michael Jackson was 'into women', says bodyguard who brands accusers 'liars'

Michael Jackson’s former security guard has hit back at allegations made by Wade Robson and James Safechuck, accusing them of ‘lying’ and stating that Jacko was ‘into women’.

Bill Whitfield was Jackson’s bodyguard for two years and has spilled the beans about his time with the King of Pop in a new book, in which he has said that the allegations against the singer are “fake”.

Speaking on the podcast, Hidden Truth Show with Jim Breslo, Whitfield has detailed some of the times he was with Jackson, when he would talk endlessly about ‘attractive women’.

He has tempered this by saying that he is ‘uncertain’ what Jackson did when alone with these women but stated that he would ‘never take them to his ranch, where the children were’.

Michael Jackson was ‘into women’, says bodyguard

Bill Whitfield, Former security guard to Jackson

Wade and James had spoken out about how Jackson abused them when they were children, as young as seven years old.

Dan Reed directed Leaving Neverland has seen the pair make a number of damaging accusations of child sexual abuse against Jackson, intimating that he ‘preyed on young boys’.

Whitfield has rubbished this, saying that his private conversations with Jacko centred around ‘talking about women’.

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He told the Hidden Truth Show: “We talked about women. We would talk about women that he found very attractive.

“We’ve had enough conversations to know he’s into women.”

Whitfield went on to say that he didn’t pry into the exact nature of Jackson’s meetings with women and what went on behind closed doors.

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He continued: “I’m not going to put his sexual activity, if any, out there, I would never do that.

“I’m aware of him spending time with women but what he did with these women is a different story.

“What kind of time and what they did is not for me to know.”

Wade Robson and Jimmy Safechuck during a Q&A for Michael Jackson documentary Leaving Neverland

Speaking about the Neverland ranch, where the abuses were alleged to have happened according to Robson and Safechuck, Whitfield admitted: “He didn’t take women to his home where his children were.”

The former security guard was certain of one thing and that was Jackson’s accusers were “lying”.

Addressing the allegations, Whitfield said: “I know they are lying. Your facts are fake, your pictures are fake.”

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