Blanket not Michael Jackson’s son?

SANTA MARIA, CA - MARCH 7:  Singer Michael Jackson walks into the Santa Maria Superior Court on the fifth day of his child molestation trial March 7, 2005 in Santa Maria, California. Jackson is charged in a 10-count indictment with molesting a boy, plying him with liquor and conspiring to commit child abduction, false imprisonment and extortion. He has pleaded innocent.  (Photo by Carlo Allegri/Getty Images)

Michael Jackson may not have been the biological father to his youngest son, Blanket because a former and unofficial bodyguard has come forward with a statement.

29-year-old Michael Fiddes has claimed that in 2001, he donated sperm at the request of the late singer, a year prior to Blanket’s birth.

TMZ have published the video statement which sees Fiddes claim: “I have reasons to believe that since my high court case… that Michael Jackson… confirmed that he used my sperm to conceive Blanket Jackson because he wanted an athletic child.

“Since then, I’ve seen pictures of Blanket in karate suits with a ponytail… and there is a strong resemblance. My own mother has been questioning me about the resemblance. I’ve had friends call me up and say, ‘I’ve just seen a picture of Blanket Jackson, he’s your son isn’t he Matt?’

“I’ve had to come clean to them, because I’d lied to protect Michael’s privacy.”

He added: “I don’t know for certain that Blanket is my son at all, and I’ve got no reasons to make claims on that. I’ve been backed into a corner in this situation and I was very angered that this has happened because it changes my children’s lives forever.”