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    GRACE AND MICHAEL AND....CHARITY?

    Post  EMPATHY on Wed Nov 17, 2010 12:00 am

    I picked this up on MJDH. Its more than interesting ...



    Is this Jacko's new wife?by ALISON BOSHOFF
    Last updated at 23:24 10 November 2006

    This
    Wednesday will be quite a date for connoisseurs of pop spectacle.
    Michael Jackson, who has essentially been in hiding since his trial for
    child abuse 18 months ago, is to appear on stage during the World Music
    Awards at Earls Court in London.
    He is seldom seen - his last public
    outing was at another awards show in Japan in June - but this time the
    difference is that he is going to perform. It will be the first time in
    nine years that he has performed in the UK.

    A public appearance
    of this nature is a bold step for a man who is, at around seven stone,
    extremely frail. Added to this, some in America insist that he is
    addicted to prescription painkillers, and has a private life which is so
    peculiar it defies categorisation.

    Indeed, these days Jackson,
    48, cuts a truly macabre figure, with his face ruined by plastic surgery
    and his skin a deathly shade of white.
    He has been seen so little
    that he seems barely real, and sightings have taken on an almost
    mythological quality. When it was reported in October that he had been
    out, dressed as a woman, in a floppy sunhat and high heels in St Tropez,
    the reports were widely believed, even though the person in question
    was not actually him.

    It speaks volumes that people will so
    readily believe he would go out disguised in this way. The fact is that
    since the conclusion of the trial, Jackson has become a delusional and
    isolated figure. Aides say he is so prone to panic attacks that he cuts
    himself off from human contact for days at a time.

    He is
    terrified of germs, and has a phobic fear of being touched by his fans.
    According to an associate who met him last month, he virtually lacks the
    self confidence to speak.
    While in Bahrain as a guest of the royal
    family, he took to wearing an abaya, the black robes traditional for
    Arab women, in a bid to pass unnoticed.


    And yet we are
    promised he is ready to perform a new version of his song Thriller, the
    smash hit which launched 52 million album sales. The song has been
    remixed at a secluded studio in Westmeath, Ireland, with the help of
    Will.i.am of the Black Eyed Peas.
    And an album of new material has,
    says his publicist, been worked on, and may be released - if he can get
    the financial backing of a record label - next year.

    So what is
    the truth about the most peculiar man in pop? And where on earth has he
    been since he walked out of the courtroom in Santa Barbara in June 2005?
    Stories constantly circulate about him - that he is suicidal, bankrupt,
    converted to Islam.
    The answer is that he has been building a new
    life, first in Bahrain, then more recently in Ireland and Switzerland
    with his children Prince Michael, nine, Paris Katherine, eight, and
    Prince Michael II - known as Blanket - who is four.

    Significantly,
    at the centre of this new life is the woman who they all call 'Mom' -
    stunningly attractive Grace Rwaramba, whose job description is nanny,
    but is far more than that.

    RWARAMBA, 39, started working for
    Jackson in 1991, dealing with insurance for his employees. In the early
    days, she is thought to have had a short-lived romance with Jackson's
    brother Jermaine. Then, in 1999, she became Prince Michael's first nanny
    - a position of great trust. Jackson's former wife Debbie Rowe has
    remarked that her services were not required because Michael did it all,
    from nappies to feeds, but Rwaramba soon became a valued part of the
    family.

    Although she quite deliberately keeps out of the
    limelight, and did not testify at the trial or even attend it, she has
    emerged as the most important woman in Michael Jackson's world, and
    quite possibly the only person alive whom he trusts.

    As his
    family, friends and business associates have discovered, her influence
    is considerable: she is the gatekeeper. No one gets to speak to him
    without her say-so. This summer, for instance, Jackson finally got a
    personal mobile phone, but within a day he lost it and gave up on the
    idea. Instead, it seems that he is happy for Rwaramba to be the one who
    deals with the outside world.

    There was a six-month period after
    the trial when Jackson refused to speak to any of his brothers or other
    family members - he thought they were plotting against him. It was
    Rwaramba alone who he took with him when he fled to Bahrain, and only
    she whom he leaned on for support.

    Some sources in the Jackson
    camp insist the relationship is so close that they will shortly be
    married. A date in September came and went when they were supposed to
    wed in Switzerland. Other rumours hold that they are already secretly
    wed, although both Rwaramba and publicist Raymone Bain deny this is the
    case.
    Rwaramba is, records reveal, already married to Stacey Adair.
    But she and Adair seem never to have lived together, and it is not clear
    if Jackson knows Adair exists. American reports say the 1995 union in
    Las Vegas bears the hallmarks of a marriage of convenience for Rwaramba,
    who originally comes from Rwanda but attended college in Massachusetts.

    If
    she is still married - and no record of a divorce has come to light -
    it is not preventing her and Jackson from enjoying the longestrunning
    and most harmonious relationship he has ever managed to have with
    another adult.
    The Mail has been told that Rwaramba and Jackson are
    fired up by the thought of launching a major global humanitarian project
    to 'save' children living in poverty in developing countries.

    'Both
    Michael and Grace are genuinely very moved by stories about need and
    poverty,' says a friend. 'They would love to help others. That is what
    moves them most.'
    How astonishing that Jackson believes that, after
    the revelations about him sleeping with young boys, he could have any
    possible role in a charitable arena.
    However, Grace Rwaramba is religious, and apparently encourages him to believe he is a victim, and may yet be rehabilitated.

    In
    a rare public utterance, she was asked about who was behind the
    accusations of abuse against her employer. 'Satan, the devil,' she said.
    While the rest of the world is perturbed by the accounts of Jackson
    regularly sleeping in the same bed as ten and 11-year-old boys, there is
    no doubt in her mind that he is a complete innocent.
    She and Bain
    have been behind recent changes in manager, lawyer and record label, and
    the two of them firmly believe that he can and will make a comeback to
    the spotlight when the time is right.

    MISS Rwaramba has returned
    to Bible study, and is believed to be a Jehovah's Witness again, as he
    is. She is entrusted with feeding the children, and shares his obsessive
    concerns about sterility and cleanliness. 'Everything is done Grace's
    way,' says an observer.

    This has had some serious repercussions
    for Jackson. Shortly after the trial, he agreed to let Rowe see the
    children - she had barely laid eyes on Paris since Jackson snatched her
    up in the delivery room and ran home with her.
    The gesture was one of thanks, to repay Rowe, mother of Jackson's first two children, for her surprisingly positive testimony.

    (Rowe
    had told the Santa Barbara district attorney that she was going to tell
    the court Jackson was a danger to children and took drugs, but by the
    next morning she had changed her tune so much that they declared her a
    hostile witness.)
    Rowe seems to have hoped her stance might be the
    start of a new relationship with the children, who at that point she had
    not seen in three years.
    And so in August 2005, Rwaramba was the one
    trusted to take his children to a Los Angeles hotel to meet their
    mother. It was a disaster.

    Rowe was aghast to discover the
    children referred to Rwaramba as Mom. What, Debbie asked, had they been
    told she was? 'A family friend,' said Rwaramba, who told Rowe she was
    not allowed to tell them the truth for fear of confusing them.
    Soon
    afterwards, Rowe filed a lawsuit asking for money for legal fees and
    support, and for access to the children, who she said had been abducted
    to Bahrain on faked passports.

    A judge asked both sides to
    publicly file all documents relating to the divorce, and there was talk
    that Rowe held documents disclosing-that Jackson was not the natural
    father of either of her two blonde children, despite his claim both were
    conceived 'the natural way'.
    A deal was struck this autumn in which Rowe once again renounced all claims to custody and received a further £750,000 a year.

    She
    feared if she had won custody, Jackson would have remained in Bahrain,
    which is not a signatory to the Hague Convention, and that the children
    would be forever out of her reach.
    But Jackson has emerged from the
    ranchstyle house in suburban Manama, Bahrain's capital, which was loaned
    to him by King Hamad, along with a Bentley and a Rolls-Royce.
    He had
    set up a record label jointly with the king's son Sheik Abdulla bin
    Hamad Al Khalifa, promising to make an album. But by this spring, the
    relationship had soured and the deal was off.

    He quit the country
    and the company, and went to Ireland. He has been in rented properties,
    thought to include farmhouses in the Wicklow mountains, and in hotels
    such as Luggala Castle. Jackson has taken his children out to buy books
    in Dun Laoghaire (he chose one on The Beatles, and Paris opted for a
    tome on fairies).

    They have been to the cinema in Dundrum, and
    were spotted shopping in Dalkey. He enjoyed a few weeks at Grouse Lodge
    recording studios in Rosemount.
    Last month he hired new lawyers to
    sue the old ones, claiming his former attorney was plotting to have him
    declared bankrupt over a disputed £115,000 in fees. A case brought by
    his former friend Marc Schaffel, who says Jackson owes him around $1.6
    million, is ongoing.

    Jackson, once on the brink of bankruptcy, is
    understood to have been more than £135million in debt this spring,
    after he blew his £500million fortune on bad investments and insane
    spending.
    The Sony Corporation has agreed to find a bank willing to
    loan him £200million to pay off his debts. In return, he had to put up
    as collateral his share in the song rights of acts including The
    Beatles.

    It is clear his circumstances are much altered; he was
    recently seen using the budget airline Ryanair. This weekend, though, he
    and his entourage are due to arrive in London courtesy of the WMA
    organisers in familiar style - via private jet.
    It will be something
    of a nostalgic revisiting of his glory days, as they are believed to be
    heading for the Lanesborough Hotel in central London, which was always
    his bolthole of choice in the capital.

    He likes the Lanesborough
    because it is close to Hamleys toy shop, which used to open up for him
    in the middle of the night. He also likes the hotel because they were
    willing to make him 'comfortable', sending staff out to pick up his
    favoured Kentucky Fried Chicken meals. (He likes the chicken breasts
    with mash, corn and buttered biscuits, and will happily have this for
    both lunch and dinner.)

    But, now that he is no longer the King of
    Pop, one wonders what kind of welcome awaits him. Will Hamleys throw
    open their doors? Will fans wait beneath his window and cheer when this
    troubled, frail man tries to reclaim his place in the public eye?

    http://michaeljacksonhoaxforum.com/phpbb2/viewtopic.php?f=17&t=15765

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/ar ... z15S9BrzD8


    _________________
    "You and I must make a pact, we must bring salvation back,
    whenever you need me, I,ll be there".

    - MICHAEL JACKSON TAROT
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    Re: GRACE AND MICHAEL AND....CHARITY?

    Post  Guest on Wed Nov 17, 2010 9:34 am

    FORLOVE wrote:I picked this up on MJDH. Its more than interesting ...



    Is this Jacko's new wife?by ALISON BOSHOFF
    Last updated at 23:24 10 November 2006

    This
    Wednesday will be quite a date for connoisseurs of pop spectacle.
    Michael Jackson, who has essentially been in hiding since his trial for
    child abuse 18 months ago, is to appear on stage during the World Music
    Awards at Earls Court in London.
    He is seldom seen - his last public
    outing was at another awards show in Japan in June - but this time the
    difference is that he is going to perform. It will be the first time in
    nine years that he has performed in the UK.

    A public appearance
    of this nature is a bold step for a man who is, at around seven stone,
    extremely frail. Added to this, some in America insist that he is
    addicted to prescription painkillers, and has a private life which is so
    peculiar it defies categorisation.

    Indeed, these days Jackson,
    48, cuts a truly macabre figure, with his face ruined by plastic surgery
    and his skin a deathly shade of white.
    He has been seen so little
    that he seems barely real, and sightings have taken on an almost
    mythological quality. When it was reported in October that he had been
    out, dressed as a woman, in a floppy sunhat and high heels in St Tropez,
    the reports were widely believed, even though the person in question
    was not actually him.

    It speaks volumes that people will so
    readily believe he would go out disguised in this way. The fact is that
    since the conclusion of the trial, Jackson has become a delusional and
    isolated figure. Aides say he is so prone to panic attacks that he cuts
    himself off from human contact for days at a time.

    He is
    terrified of germs, and has a phobic fear of being touched by his fans.
    According to an associate who met him last month, he virtually lacks the
    self confidence to speak.
    While in Bahrain as a guest of the royal
    family, he took to wearing an abaya, the black robes traditional for
    Arab women, in a bid to pass unnoticed.


    And yet we are
    promised he is ready to perform a new version of his song Thriller, the
    smash hit which launched 52 million album sales. The song has been
    remixed at a secluded studio in Westmeath, Ireland, with the help of
    Will.i.am of the Black Eyed Peas.
    And an album of new material has,
    says his publicist, been worked on, and may be released - if he can get
    the financial backing of a record label - next year.

    So what is
    the truth about the most peculiar man in pop? And where on earth has he
    been since he walked out of the courtroom in Santa Barbara in June 2005?
    Stories constantly circulate about him - that he is suicidal, bankrupt,
    converted to Islam.
    The answer is that he has been building a new
    life, first in Bahrain, then more recently in Ireland and Switzerland
    with his children Prince Michael, nine, Paris Katherine, eight, and
    Prince Michael II - known as Blanket - who is four.

    Significantly,
    at the centre of this new life is the woman who they all call 'Mom' -
    stunningly attractive Grace Rwaramba, whose job description is nanny,
    but is far more than that.

    RWARAMBA, 39, started working for
    Jackson in 1991, dealing with insurance for his employees. In the early
    days, she is thought to have had a short-lived romance with Jackson's
    brother Jermaine. Then, in 1999, she became Prince Michael's first nanny
    - a position of great trust. Jackson's former wife Debbie Rowe has
    remarked that her services were not required because Michael did it all,
    from nappies to feeds, but Rwaramba soon became a valued part of the
    family.

    Although she quite deliberately keeps out of the
    limelight, and did not testify at the trial or even attend it, she has
    emerged as the most important woman in Michael Jackson's world, and
    quite possibly the only person alive whom he trusts.

    As his
    family, friends and business associates have discovered, her influence
    is considerable: she is the gatekeeper. No one gets to speak to him
    without her say-so. This summer, for instance, Jackson finally got a
    personal mobile phone, but within a day he lost it and gave up on the
    idea. Instead, it seems that he is happy for Rwaramba to be the one who
    deals with the outside world.

    There was a six-month period after
    the trial when Jackson refused to speak to any of his brothers or other
    family members - he thought they were plotting against him. It was
    Rwaramba alone who he took with him when he fled to Bahrain, and only
    she whom he leaned on for support.

    Some sources in the Jackson
    camp insist the relationship is so close that they will shortly be
    married. A date in September came and went when they were supposed to
    wed in Switzerland. Other rumours hold that they are already secretly
    wed, although both Rwaramba and publicist Raymone Bain deny this is the
    case.
    Rwaramba is, records reveal, already married to Stacey Adair.
    But she and Adair seem never to have lived together, and it is not clear
    if Jackson knows Adair exists. American reports say the 1995 union in
    Las Vegas bears the hallmarks of a marriage of convenience for Rwaramba,
    who originally comes from Rwanda but attended college in Massachusetts.

    If
    she is still married - and no record of a divorce has come to light -
    it is not preventing her and Jackson from enjoying the longestrunning
    and most harmonious relationship he has ever managed to have with
    another adult.
    The Mail has been told that Rwaramba and Jackson are
    fired up by the thought of launching a major global humanitarian project
    to 'save' children living in poverty in developing countries.

    'Both
    Michael and Grace are genuinely very moved by stories about need and
    poverty,' says a friend. 'They would love to help others. That is what
    moves them most.'
    How astonishing that Jackson believes that, after
    the revelations about him sleeping with young boys, he could have any
    possible role in a charitable arena.
    However, Grace Rwaramba is religious, and apparently encourages him to believe he is a victim, and may yet be rehabilitated.

    In
    a rare public utterance, she was asked about who was behind the
    accusations of abuse against her employer. 'Satan, the devil,' she said.
    While the rest of the world is perturbed by the accounts of Jackson
    regularly sleeping in the same bed as ten and 11-year-old boys, there is
    no doubt in her mind that he is a complete innocent.
    She and Bain
    have been behind recent changes in manager, lawyer and record label, and
    the two of them firmly believe that he can and will make a comeback to
    the spotlight when the time is right.

    MISS Rwaramba has returned
    to Bible study, and is believed to be a Jehovah's Witness again, as he
    is. She is entrusted with feeding the children, and shares his obsessive
    concerns about sterility and cleanliness. 'Everything is done Grace's
    way,' says an observer.

    This has had some serious repercussions
    for Jackson. Shortly after the trial, he agreed to let Rowe see the
    children - she had barely laid eyes on Paris since Jackson snatched her
    up in the delivery room and ran home with her.
    The gesture was one of thanks, to repay Rowe, mother of Jackson's first two children, for her surprisingly positive testimony.

    (Rowe
    had told the Santa Barbara district attorney that she was going to tell
    the court Jackson was a danger to children and took drugs, but by the
    next morning she had changed her tune so much that they declared her a
    hostile witness.)
    Rowe seems to have hoped her stance might be the
    start of a new relationship with the children, who at that point she had
    not seen in three years.
    And so in August 2005, Rwaramba was the one
    trusted to take his children to a Los Angeles hotel to meet their
    mother. It was a disaster.

    Rowe was aghast to discover the
    children referred to Rwaramba as Mom. What, Debbie asked, had they been
    told she was? 'A family friend,' said Rwaramba, who told Rowe she was
    not allowed to tell them the truth for fear of confusing them.
    Soon
    afterwards, Rowe filed a lawsuit asking for money for legal fees and
    support, and for access to the children, who she said had been abducted
    to Bahrain on faked passports.

    A judge asked both sides to
    publicly file all documents relating to the divorce, and there was talk
    that Rowe held documents disclosing-that Jackson was not the natural
    father of either of her two blonde children, despite his claim both were
    conceived 'the natural way'.
    A deal was struck this autumn in which Rowe once again renounced all claims to custody and received a further £750,000 a year.

    She
    feared if she had won custody, Jackson would have remained in Bahrain,
    which is not a signatory to the Hague Convention, and that the children
    would be forever out of her reach.
    But Jackson has emerged from the
    ranchstyle house in suburban Manama, Bahrain's capital, which was loaned
    to him by King Hamad, along with a Bentley and a Rolls-Royce.
    He had
    set up a record label jointly with the king's son Sheik Abdulla bin
    Hamad Al Khalifa, promising to make an album. But by this spring, the
    relationship had soured and the deal was off.

    He quit the country
    and the company, and went to Ireland. He has been in rented properties,
    thought to include farmhouses in the Wicklow mountains, and in hotels
    such as Luggala Castle. Jackson has taken his children out to buy books
    in Dun Laoghaire (he chose one on The Beatles, and Paris opted for a
    tome on fairies).

    They have been to the cinema in Dundrum, and
    were spotted shopping in Dalkey. He enjoyed a few weeks at Grouse Lodge
    recording studios in Rosemount.
    Last month he hired new lawyers to
    sue the old ones, claiming his former attorney was plotting to have him
    declared bankrupt over a disputed £115,000 in fees. A case brought by
    his former friend Marc Schaffel, who says Jackson owes him around $1.6
    million, is ongoing.

    Jackson, once on the brink of bankruptcy, is
    understood to have been more than £135million in debt this spring,
    after he blew his £500million fortune on bad investments and insane
    spending.
    The Sony Corporation has agreed to find a bank willing to
    loan him £200million to pay off his debts. In return, he had to put up
    as collateral his share in the song rights of acts including The
    Beatles.

    It is clear his circumstances are much altered; he was
    recently seen using the budget airline Ryanair. This weekend, though, he
    and his entourage are due to arrive in London courtesy of the WMA
    organisers in familiar style - via private jet.
    It will be something
    of a nostalgic revisiting of his glory days, as they are believed to be
    heading for the Lanesborough Hotel in central London, which was always
    his bolthole of choice in the capital.

    He likes the Lanesborough
    because it is close to Hamleys toy shop, which used to open up for him
    in the middle of the night. He also likes the hotel because they were
    willing to make him 'comfortable', sending staff out to pick up his
    favoured Kentucky Fried Chicken meals. (He likes the chicken breasts
    with mash, corn and buttered biscuits, and will happily have this for
    both lunch and dinner.)

    But, now that he is no longer the King of
    Pop, one wonders what kind of welcome awaits him. Will Hamleys throw
    open their doors? Will fans wait beneath his window and cheer when this
    troubled, frail man tries to reclaim his place in the public eye?

    http://michaeljacksonhoaxforum.com/phpbb2/viewtopic.php?f=17&t=15765

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/ar ... z15S9BrzD8

    its only a rumor and we don't know if michael and grace had a fling. but, i feel they didn't, maybe crushes but michael wasn't into dating women who worked with him. idk. i think grace was more into his children than him. meaning that she saw them as her "babies" and taking care of them than being involved with michael. i could be wrong.


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    Re: GRACE AND MICHAEL AND....CHARITY?

    Post  starfish on Wed Nov 17, 2010 1:33 pm

    Hello there, I am sending you a big hug pm34
    Let your heart shine. I love you sunny

    Much love
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