Although the media is trying to destroy Michael Jackson’s reputation, one person has steadfastly stood by the King of Pop. And this person was not a member of Michael’s family. Instead, he was on the man’s payroll and had intimate access to the pop star’s home. Now 39-year-old Matt Fides, who once served as the later singer’s bodyguard, has come forward to tell the world that he used to sneak women into Jackson’s bedroom.

Let us repeat that. Fides used to “sneak” women, adult women, into the singer’s room. Never once did he see Michael Jackson do something suspicious with underage boys as the money-hungry documentary producers have been claiming.

Fides worked for Michael Jackson for more than ten years and had intimate access to the singer’s home. During his decade of work with the King of Pop, he saw the singer spent time with a lot of sexy women. But said that “this whole pedophile thing is complete nonsense.” He has often spoken up about how Michael Jackson was married and kept a revolving door of girlfriends.

Fides, who is a martial arts expert and personal trainer, from Britain, said: “The guy had girlfriends and had a legitimate marriage to Lisa Marie (Presley). That was the way he lived his life. We were the people sneaking the girls into his room.”

Fiddes has taken his experience as a bodyguard for Michael Jackson and leveraged it into a group of martial arts studios across the United Kingdom. Fiddes has built his business to be worth as much as $35 million.

Fiddes also said that Jackson spent little time at his Neverland Ranch. Instead, he built a beautiful place as part of a pledge to the Make A Wish Foundation.

Fiddes met Michael Jackson through illusionist Uri Geller. When Geller introduced Fiddes and Jackson, they became fast friends and only later did Fiddes take the job to work for Jackson as his bodyguard. Jackson was very interested in Fiddes’s martial arts experience and hoped to learn from the world-class athlete.

“They say there were boys around. That was not the case at all. He made Neverland how it was so he could have it for the Make A Wish Foundation. Something he could give back on. We had a running joke he was never there. He had to be in Los Angeles to conduct business. It’s about four hours’ drive from the mountains, and he hated the drive. So he was very rarely there. He was there to make public appearances. He was much more comfortable at the Beverly Wiltshire in a suite.”

Fiddes also claimed that Jackson did not have time to do what others claimed he did.

“If he was doing what he was doing to young kids, he would never get any work done. HE was already recording, performing, and rehearsing. For him to be messing around with young kids would be impossible because of the security that was in place. It’s impossible.”

What do you think about this testimony from Jackson’s personal bodyguard?

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