Rumors on the Internets: Al Malnik The Biological Father of Michael Jackson's Youngest Son

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Here's some bottom feeding gossip to close out the day: Britain's Daily Star is claiming that alleged Miami mobster and owner of The Forge Al Malnik is the biological father of Prince Michael "Blanket" Jackson II, Jackson's youngest son. 

The rumor comes on the heels of revelations that Jackson's ex-wife Debbie Rowe is allegedly claiming Jackson is not the biological father of the two children she birthed for him, and Al Malnik's unending campaign to inform everyone that maybe, just maybe he might be the legal guardian of Blanket

"Malnik has made no secret of the fact that he had a special relationship with Michael. And now he claims he is the father of his third child. If you look at pictures of Michael's daughter Paris and Malnik's own daughter they both have a very similar look about them," an anonymous, probably made up source, told the British rag. 

The identity of Blanket's biological mother has never been revealed. 

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