Matt Fiddes, a personal trainer from north Devon, worked for the King of Pop for the best part of a decade at the star’s now infamous home, Neverland.
The 40-year-old claims that key facts were left out of recent documentary Leaving Neverland, which detailed the controversy surrounding the Smooth Criminal singer’s personal life.
And now Devon man Fiddes says he is ready to lift the lid in a tell-all account “when the time comes”.
In an Instagram post, he wrote: “It’s time now to defend a friend @michaeljackson who was always so great to my family and staff.
“I have sat back and watched the circus which we got used too over the years. People forget this man was and still is the most famous man in the world.
“I have been bombarded with interview requests and have turned them all down”
He added: “I have been bombarded with interview requests and have turned them all down.
“I have been in talks with his bodyguard who lived with him for the last few years of his life in the USA @iambillwhitfield and we both have had enough of it all.
“I will reveal Michael’s true private life… Maybe we will do it together. As a bodyguard we see the real truth. We guard his life and private living areas. We know who comes in and out.
“This man has been surrounded by bodyguards since a young child. If anyone wanted to get to him they would come through us.
“We kept his private life a secret as he wanted ‘His life to be the biggest show on earth!
“But it all has gone a bit wrong as he is not here to defend himself. In life we protected you Mike and in death we are here too protect your legacy and family and especially our kids.
“We had our own inner circle of friends. We may kill your mystery and myths buddy. Your legacy will be protected though.
“Watch this space everyone! You may not want to hear it but it’s the truth from two men who knew him well based on two sides of the world with very different lives and times with Michael. Facts don’t lie, people do.”
In the film, Wade Robson and James Safechuck alleged Jackson had abused them from the ages of 10 and seven respectively after they were befriended by the King of Pop.
The Jackson family have hit back at the allegations and compared the hounding of Michael to a “public lynching”, especially as the late singer is unable to defend himself in person.
The superstar, who was previously tried on child molestation charges and acquitted on every count, died in 2009 at the aged of 50.
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