EXCLUSIVE VIDEO INTERVIEW: Former Lover Of Jackson's Dermatologist Drops Bombshell; Says Michael Was Sterile From Abuse

Jul. 16 2009, Updated 4:38 a.m. ET

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In an explosive new interview, Paul Gohranson, a former live-in lover of Dr. Arnold Klein, tells RadarOnline.com exclusively that the King Of Pop was sterile and therefore unable to have children, Gohranson says that's why Klein, Jackson's long-time dermatologist and friend, donated his own sperm so that the superstar singer could be a father.

Gohranson says Jackson confided in Klein that his father, Joe Jackson, had repeatedly beat him when he was younger, and, on more than one occasion, savagely kicked him in the testicles.

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Said Gohranson: "He (Jackson) told Dr. Klein that he thinks that's where the damage was done because he said his testicle was never the same again. He said it was enlarged and was always painful. So that's why he said he donated his sperm because he didn't have the ability to even donate sperm, he wasn't producing it anymore."

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In a previous interview with RadarOnline.com, Gohranson said Klein told him that as far as he knew, he was the father of Jackson's children, including the youngest, Blanket.

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Klein's former nursing assistant Debbie Rowe gave birth to Jackson's two oldest children, and, according to Gohranson, Rowe did not know at first that Klein had donated his sperm. Gohranson says Rowe somehow found out the truth during her marriage to Jackson.

The identity of Blanket's mother remains a mystery.

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