Breaking silence on a trying period of time prior to Michael Jackson’s death, Janet Jackson says the family tried several times to intervene and save the late King of Pop. “I wish he could answer this question for you and not me,” Janet Jackson said during an exclusive interview with Robin Roberts on ABC’s “In the Spotlight”. “I felt that he was in denial.” According to Jackson, both she and the family tried to make Michael Jackson aware that he was allegedly spiraling out of control. Even though she says they were not aware of Jackson’s confirmed use of propofol to sleep, Jackson went on to tell Roberts that he rebuffed each of their attempts to help. “You can’t make ’em drink the water,” Jackson ended up sharing. In related news, sources close to an investigation related to Michael Jackson’s death have requested that all documents pertaining to the case remained sealed. While not disposing a particular reason for the seal, sources say the request, if granted, would keep all findings under wraps through January 18, 2010.
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