Michael Jackson's grieving mother Katherine gave some revealing insights concerning possible charges against the Thriller singer's live-in doctor, Dr. Conrad Murray, as well as her relationship with controversial ex-husband Joe, in an interview with Geraldo Rivera on Fox News Sunday.
When asked about Murray's alleged role in her son’s June 25 death, the 79-year-old matriarch said: "All I know that my son is dead and I don’t think that he just died of natural causes or whatever. He’s too young for that, but something happened. I don’t know what it was and I can’t say.”
She also cleared up misconceptions surrounding her relationship with husband Joe and his place in the family- including the rumor that he was barred from visiting the grandchildren.
"I don't know why they're saying he's not being allowed in the house," she said. "My husband's never done nothing of the sort that they trying to say he did 39 years ago. I don't understand that, and I just believe it's something that they cooked up."
On a happier note, Katherine said Michael's surviving children Prince Michael, Paris Michael and Prince Michael II "are doing fine."