Michael Jackson :Nephew says bizarre penis claims are vital clue

Michael Jackson’s nephew Taj Jackson is convinced a strange story about markings on the star’s penis prove he didn’t abuse kids

Michael Jackson’s nephew Taj has stepped up to defend the late singer by suggesting bizarre markings on the singer’s penis hold the key to his innocence

Michael Jackson’s nephew Taj has stepped up to defend the late singer by suggesting bizarre markings on the singer’s penis hold the key to his innocence

As part of his testimony, the youngster said he saw unusual markings on the superstar’s penis from his Vitiligo skin condition.

His description was said to match pictures of Michael’s penis that were made as part of the case.

However, Taj alleges that Jordan’s testimony was flawed because he said the King of Pop was circumsised, when the autopsy after his 2009 death proved he wasn’t.

Taj told Five Live: “[Jordan’s testimony was] incorrect. Jordy drew a circumcised penis when my uncle was actually uncircumcised. The autopsy proved that.”

He went on to add that he though the Chandler case was motivated by money and he hopes he eventually comes forward to talk about what really happened.

Taj added: “We’re hoping one day he comes to talk to us.”

Jackson was thrust back into the headlines in January after the screening of controversial documentary Leaving Neverland at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah.

The late singer’s estate has since confirmed plans to sue the documentary makers, and his family condemned the film in a scathing statement, comparing it to a “public lynching”.

The Thriller hitmaker was tried on child molestations charges in 2004-2005 – but he was acquitted on every count.

He died in 2009 aged 50.