Singer plans to produce DNA evidence proving he is Michael Jackson’s son
If proved, Howard plans to cash in on the pop star’s estate
An American singer who claimed to be the son of late pop singer Michael Jackson said he will reveal DNA evidence as proof soon, the entertainment website TMZ reported Thursday.
Brandon Howard, also known as B. Howard, who is the son of pop singer Miki Howard, claimed being the 31-year-old son of the international pop star.
Miki Howard and Jackson met in 1982 and Brandon was born soon after, sources close to the singer said, the website reported.
However, Jackson estate lawyer Howard Weitzman said “We've never even heard from him,” when asked about Howard's claim.
“Any deadline for claiming to be Michael's child has long since passed," he added.
If proved, Howard plans to cash in on the pop star’s estate which was recently estimated as holding $17 million cash and earning $600 million in revenue.
The DNA results are expected to be released soon on the internet-based television provider Filmon.com
Brandon Howard grew up in Cleveland and now lives in Miami.