The late Michael Jackson accused of sexually assaulting his body for DNA testing after new allegations of child sex.
According to Radar Online, 11 people filed for the removal of the late King of Pop from his grave in California, while the Michael Jackson Foundation said the allegations were "incorrect" and "very malicious".
"The evidence of these crimes is buried with the king of pop," the site said, adding that Jackson's body "can be extracted to prove that he was a stalker," after more "victims of sexual assault" alleged that they had been abused by the American star .
Forensic experts have told Radar Online that traces of the skin and nails on his body can prove the truth, but the allegations have angered the Jackson Foundation, which sent an angry letter to the site, saying the body of the pop king would not be extracted for acid testing Nuclear, according to the site "The Blast".
The organization demanded that the identity of the student be exhumed, saying that its representatives were "surprised that no one had told them about this development."
"Nothing in the article is real," the organization's letter said. "The article is full of false and malicious and unjustified statements."
The "Onlane Radar" was published following controversy over the documentary "Leaving Neverland," which includes new abuse testimonies from the pop king of two young men during their childhood.
After HBO announced its screening of the documentary on March 3 and 4, the Jackson Foundation called on the network to "investigate" the allegations in the documentary.
Channel 4 in the UK also announced its intention to show the film, despite the violent reaction from the late singer's family and loved ones.
Source: The Sun