Michael Jackson's secret son reportedly is planning to have a DNA test to verify whether he is Jackson's biological son, according to the Sun.
Omer Bhatti, a 25-year-old dancer from Oslo, Norway was allegedly born after the King of Pop had a one-night stand with a Norwegian fan in 1984. Michael Jackson had told his friends several years ago that he had fathered Bhatti, the paper said.
Under a secret agreement with the boy’s mother, Jackson moved Omer into his Neverland home in 1997 and the boy lived on and off with the entertainer for the next few years.
Bhatti has features similar to Jackson and shares an uncanny resemblance with his youngest son Prince II, knows as Blanket. Bhatti often dressed in identical clothing with Michael Jackson.
British newspapers said that Bhatti, who was referred to by the Jackson family as “Michael J”, is really a fourth child of Jackson’s.
He was seated on the front row at Jackson's memorial service next to Jackson's children and siblings, occupies a special place in the Jackson family.
If Omer's his son, he's his son, Jackson’s brother Jermaine told Britain's the Daily Mail.
'We won't deny it. We are going to give him the same love and care that we give Prince and Paris and Blanket. I can't clearly say if he is Michael's but I saw this kid around him, he said.
Jermaine Jackson said Wednesday in Vienna that Bhatti would be welcomed into the family, if he's proven a Jackson.