Washington (ANI): The former nanny of Michael Jackson"s children has claimed the King of Pop tried to blame her for his financial rows with Sheikh Abdullah, after the Arab sued him for reneging on a deal to record a new album and write an autobiography.
Grace Rwaramba has said that Jacko used her bank account to receive money from the second son of King of Bahrain so that he could free himself from blame later on. "(The Sheikh) said he was sending money to Michael through my account. He sent 1 million dollars. Then another 35,000 dollars," Contactmusic quoted her as saying.
"Katherine (Jackson's mother) needed money too. So Michael told me to give her my ATM card. She was cashing out of the machine every day. I checked it. "When Abdullah sued Michael last year, Michael said in the beginning, 'Oh, I never got money from him." He tried to frame me that I took the money," she added.
She also revealed that she went to the singer"s mother for help as she was scared of being imprisoned. "I said, 'You, Michael and I — we will all go to jail! You know that we didn"t report to the IRS about that gift." I told her I had all the documents. That worked. She immediately called Michael and he stopped denying he knew about the money," she said.