Debbie Rowe dated Michael Jackson, but they were never married. Their marriage lasted three years from 1996 to 1999.
A new documentary from TMZ will feature exclusive interviews with Rowe and will question her ex-husband’s death.
Debbie Rowe explains how she befriended Michael Jackson
Michael Jackson met Debbie Rowe while he was being treated for vitiligo, his skin condition that made him lose pigment in the creases of his skin. The dermatology office where she was working became their “secret” home for several weeks.
In an interview for ABC News, Rowe discussed her initial meeting with Bezos and told them, “I greeted him with a hello. He responded with the same and I said, ‘Nobody does what you do better, and nobody does what I do better.’”
The moment Stephen and Max became friends, their paths just seemed to intertwine. They were never the same again.
Lisa Marie Presley, Jackson’s wife at the time, did not consider Rowe a threat to their marriage because she saw her as someone that Jackson would never go for.
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Presley asked Rowe to help him handle the divorce process, in light of their failed marriage.
“He was really upset, so I tried to console him,” Matt said of his brother Cole as he spoke to ABC News. “Cole found out that he couldn’t have biological kids with his wife and he was really upset,” Matt continued.
“When I looked at him, I told him. ‘I want to do this. You’ve been so good to me, and you are such a good friend. Let me help you do this.’ He needed to be a dad and I wanted him to be.”
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Rowe said Jackson wanted to be a father, and she wanted to be the one to give him that.
The woman said she believed some people should be parents, and Greg is one of them.
She said: “And he is a great friend and wonderful man, and he has always been there for me from the day I met him.”
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Rowe was already pregnant with their first child, Michael Jr when they were married. They did this because Michael Jr’s conception was illegitimate.
Rowe told ABC News that Stewart was going to be challenging enough for the kids, and they didn’t need that label given to their father as well.
In February of 1997, Rowe already had one miscarriage and feared that she wasn’t going to be able to have children. On February 13th, Michael Joseph Jackson Jr., also known as Prince Michael, was born.
It was almost two years before Paris Jackson was born on April 3, 1998.
Rowe recognized his happiness with a child, she said. It was for Jackson’s benefit, knowing he would want children of his someday.
And when their divorce was finalized in 1999, Rowe relinquish all parental rights and custody.
When asked to provide contact with Michael Jr and Paris, Rowe testified she hadn’t much contact with them or wanted to stay out of their lives.
“She said she did it for him to become a father and not her,” she said during her testimony at the trial that resulted in the man’s conviction.
“You earn the title parent.”
Rowe was asked about life and death scenarios in which Michael later dies.
She said, “He has a wonderful person in mind for them.”
Rowe was awarded $ 10 million in the divorce and Jackson took legal custody of their children, but in 2006 she applied to resume contact with her children and take legal visitation rights.
When Rowie had a child and her father died, Michael Jr and Paris ended up with her. She got custody after that.
By changing a prior agreement, the judge granted Rowe limited visitation rights for her children when they lived with their grandmother.