Producer Claims Michael Jackson Wore A Fake Nose
A music video producer who worked with Michael Jackson said the pop star had so much cosmetic surgery on his face that he had to wear a fake nose.
Rudi Dolezal claims when he was filming the Dangerous tour in Munich in 1992, Jackson refused to appear on camera on days when he was not performing because, he was told, “on those days, he doesn’t have a nose.”
So much of Jackson’s cartilage had been removed that his nose collapsed, Dolezal told Page Six. “He needed a plastic nose that took hours to put on with putty and makeup,” he claimed.
Dolezal said Jackson tried to change his appearance because he didn't want to look like his father, whom he "hated."
Dolezal also told Page Six he believes “almost every word” in the HBO docu-series Leaving Neverland, in which Wade Robson and James Safechuck detailed years of alleged sexual abuse by Jackson.
“Nobody would stop Michael,” Dolezal said, describing the singer as “a predator.”
He added: “It’s hard to believe an icon is a con. If the Michael Jackson legend is destroyed by this, the person responsible is Michael Jackson – no one else.”
Dolezal, who is writing a book about the late Freddie Mercury, recently made headlines when he guessed that there would be a sequel to Bohemian Rhapsody – something the producer of the film denied.