Michael Jackson’s Doctor Says MJ Wanted To Marry This 12-Year-Old Harry Potter Star Back In The Day

Some creepy news coming from Michael Jackson’s old doctor. Apparently Jackson wanted to marry a very, very young girl and this was at the time when the first Harry Potter films were coming out. He got infatuated with Emma Watson it seems and had plans to court her.

The doctor, Conrad Murray, tells all about it in his new book apparently. Looks like no info is safe anymore.

He was originally ‘in love’ with his God-Daugher, Murray says though who was even younger.

Via The Mirror:

Murray, 63, claims Jacko confided in him about his crush on little Harriet, the daughter of his close friend, former Oliver! child actor Mark Lester, 58.

“Michael fell in love with Harriet when she was roughly five years old,” Murray writes in This Is It – named after the concerts at London’s 02 Arena that Jackson, 50, had been preparing for when he died.

“Then, by age 12, he grew to become fixated on her,” he claims.

“He wanted me to go with him to visit her father and to discuss plans for ­matrimony while in London, during the This Is It concerts.

“He told me Harriet’s father was Mark Lester, his very close friend.”

Guys it doesn’t get any better from here really. The article goes into very full detail about his lust for his friend’s daughter, but then it took a weird turn when he finally conceded and Jackson knew he couldn’t have her.

Via:

In a further extraordinary claim about Jackson’s bizarre world, Murray says the Billie Jean singer had a cardboard cutout of actress Emma Watson in his £60,000-a-month rented home in Los Angeles.

Jackson first spotted Emma, now 26, playing child witch Hermione in the Harry Potter films and quickly became infatuated.

Murray says: “Michael told me he was almost as consumed with British actress Emma Watson. He had ‘fallen in love with her’ when she was in her first Harry Potter film in 2001, when she was just 11. Emma was his second choice for a bride if things did not work out with Harriet.”

Wonder if Watson ever knew anything about this before now…