The Irish doctor who treated Michael Jackson has insisted he was a great humanitarian – not a child abuser.
Cosmetic surgeon Dr Patrick Treacy said the King of Pop is a person of “love, hope and compassion” and not “anything that has been said about him”.
And Dr Treacy – who works in Dublin’s Ailesbury Clinic – insisted that despite being part of two child abuse court cases, his life was all about charity.
“His body of work carries a spiritual message for all of the injustices of the human race — racism, inequality, disease, hunger and corruption.
“This was a man who donated all of the money from so much of his work to charity, he gave all the countless profits from dozens of concerts to the Heal the World Foundation and much, much more.
“The man I knew was a man who shocked me because he was such a gentle, trusting person, not at all the man people liked to think he was,” he told the Irish Sun.
He added that he will continue working as ambassador for the Michael Jackson Legacy foundation.
Already Patrick has helped set up two orphanages, in Liberia and Haiti in Jacko’s name after more than €100,000 was raised by fans.