MJ`s bodyguard claims he fathered his youngest son
London: King of Pop Michael Jackson`s former British bodyguard is seeking legal aid to prove he is the biological father of the late singer`s youngest son.
Martial arts master Matt Fiddes, who protected the `Thriller` hitmaker when he was in the UK, is going to America to demand the right to see 10-year-old Blanket, whose birth name is Prince Michael Jackson II, reported Daily Mail.
Fiddes claims to have provided Jackson with sperm donation in a London hotel a year before Blanket was born in 2002.
"I am going to lodge my DNA and formally ask the Jacksons for access. I want visitation rights," Fiddes said.
Apparently, he has alleged that Jackson`s family never answered his letters or spoke to him since the singer`s death in 2009.
He has claimed that Jackson revealed to him that he was Blanket`s real father in November 2002, after he infamously dangled the then nine-month-old child over a hotel balcony.