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article imageGene Simmons Says Jackson Took Multiple Children to Brazil

By Brandon McPhail     Jul 9, 2009 in Entertainment
The Dean Blundell Show, a popular Toronto morning radio show, played an interview with Gene Simmons this morning. In the interview Simmons said that Michael Jackson took young children to Brazil at least 10 times.
Simmons was interviewed on The Dean Blundell Show regarding his role as Grand Marshal in the Toronto Honda Indy this upcoming weekend when Blundell, who was conducting the interview, asked if he had any thoughts about the passing of Jackson.
Simmons told Blundell he knew Jackson socially through an ex-wife and that he liked him. He then went on to tell Blundell that after his social relationship with Jackson had tapered off, he heard disturbing news about the pop icon that had not otherwise been made public.
According to Simmons, Jackson brought young children (he did not specify gender) to Brazil at least 10 times. He also stated there were police reports on these incidents that had not previously been made known to the public.
In the 2005 civil case against Jackson, Jackson’s travel agent Cynthia Montgomery told courts that there were orders to airline crews to have wine served in soda cans. One of these trips were booked for Jackson’s accuser in the 2005 civil case. The trip was a one way trip to Brazil.
Allegations of wine in soda cans were made very public when the case was first in court.
The new allegations laid by Simmons against Jackson suggest that perhaps Jackson took many children to Brazil. Simmons did not directly comment on whether or not he felt Jackson molested children on the trips.
So far, the text of the interview has not appeared online. The interview was broadcast at 8:15am this morning in Toronto.
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