The Lingerie Football League has approached Michael Jackson’s 13-year-old daughter in hopes of drafting her as a teen spokesperson.
The Lingerie Football League, popular for hot women in little more than lacy bras, underwear and sturdy shoulder pads pummeling the hell out of each other, is looking to make Paris Jackson the spokesperson of their youth program.
The league's commissioner Mitchell Mortaza wrote in an email sent to the Jackson estate: (The person signing up for the position) will be introducing youth clinics across the country to introduce the game of football to young ladies at an earlier stage in life. We would like to invite Paris to become the spokesperson for the LFL's youth program and perhaps start training for a future football career in the LFL when she reaches the age of 18.
The Lingerie Football League is a women's seven-on-seven tackle American football league created in 2009. The offer followed the news that Paris has become the first girl in her exclusive private Los Angeles school's history to get the call-up for the flag football team, a light football practised in schools.
Meanwhile Michael Jackson's mother Katherine is furious about the matter. A family insider told RadarOnline: “Katherine views this as a disgusting attack on a minor.”
Katherine is the matriarch of the Jackson clan, and is the custodian of Jackson's three children, Prince, Paris and Blanket.