Jacko's alleged lovechild, Omer Bhatti, was front row at singer's memorial service
Michael Jackson’s supposed lovechild was given a front row seat with the whole Jackson clan at the singer’s memorial service.
Dancer, Omer Bhatti, 25, was surrounded by the rest of Jacko’s immediate family and sat with his head bowed, wearing sunglasses at the service two weeks ago.
His prominent position among the rest of the family has fanned the rumour flames that Omer is the King of Pop’s fourth child and pictures of Jackson with a young Omer show the dancer bares an uncanny resemblance to Jacko’s youngest son, Prince Michael II.
Reports have surfaced that the lovechild revelations came out in 2004 when Michael is said to have told friends that Norwegien Omer was the product of a one-night stand back in 1984.
Following Jacko’s death, Omer’s mother, Pia, gave a rather cryptic comment saying: ‘He was the King of Pop. But for us he was so much more.’
The Sun has today reported that Omer spent several years living at Jackson’s Neverland mansion, mixing with the entire Jackson clan.
According to reports, Jackson sent two of his employees to help raise Omer in Norway following his birth. The alleged father and son didn’t meet until 1996 when 12-year-old Omer waited for Jackson at a hotel in Tunisia.
In an interview in 2008 with Omer, the Norwegian revealed: ‘Loyalty is the most important thing for me.
‘I have contact with Michael, and I think my loyalty to him is the reason we still have our contact.
He added: ‘He is an unbelievably good human being.’
Yesterday Omer’s mother’s Pakistani husband, Riz, refused to confirm or deny the speculation saying: ‘Make what you like. I don’t want to discuss anything.’