What do you think about Nurse : Michael Jackson's ex-wife ?

  1. Hello Everybody ,
    I am just wondering what you guys think about this .
    Micheel Jackson ex-wife Nurse Debbie Rowe said in court that Michael Jackson Is a Victim of Opportunistic Vultures.
    She Says Jackson Is a Good Man With Bad Friends.
    Debbie Rowe praised Michael, calling him generous, a good father, and great with kids, even despite her legal battle with Jackson for the right to visit their two children.. She added that she felt Michael keeps her away from their children due to his lawyers and advisors.
  2. 42 Comments

  3. by   HappyNurse2005
    Just like I said on the thread about the "run away bride" being a nurse, I dont think Debbie Rowe being a nurse has anything to do with it. That's all I'll say.
  4. by   BeachNurse
    I agree that her being a nurse has nothing to do with anything. I think personally that she has been paid off in some way or has been bribed to keep her testimony in his favor. There is some tangible benefit to her and that mysterious something is why A) He had custody of the kids and B)She spoke highly of him at the trial. JUST MY OPINION.
  5. by   Chad_KY_SRNA
    I think Micheal Jackson is a child predator and needs to be kept away from children! His ex-wife is goofy to have ever married him. They allowed him to sexually molest children and buy his way out of it once, he needs to be locked up. He has built an entire ranch full of things that children enjoy and has reportedly drugged those children and sexually assaulted them.
  6. by   2ndCareerRN

    Shouldn't your whole post be prefaced with the word "allegedly"?

    The jury has not come back yet.

  7. by   VeryPlainJane
    Crazy comes in all diffrent kinds of flavors
  8. by   dphrn
    I knew she worked at a doctor's office he went to but is she a nurse? I thought she was a medical assistant or a receptionist.

    Not that it matters. I don't think her job description matters in this case and her decision to back him. I heard that her one million dollar a year payment from MJ was stopped a while back. I guess she has made her choice that she misses all that money.

    The whole thing stinks!
  9. by   pickledpepperRN
    Just rumors - I worked with an RT who worked with Ms. Rowe in an ER before she met MJ.
    She was dating doctors and saying she wanted to marry a rich man. She said she didn't plan on working her whole life.

    He also said she was a hard working competent nurse. This was in the '80s.
  10. by   AKAKatydid
    Quote from 2ndCareerRN

    Shouldn't your whole post be prefaced with the word "allegedly"?

    The jury has not come back yet.

    There's no doubt that MJ is freaky. He really is. And if being a freak were a crime, he may've been locked up ages ago, but yes... we definately need to spare some judgement here.

    I'm not a fan of MJ, but I was just thinking "ALLEGEDLY" as I was reading Chad's post too!!!
  11. by   CHATSDALE
    she saw a chance to make money like she could never otherwise have achieved...i have heard some people say that this is just like a surrogate mother but somehow it seems distasteful

    she knew what she was getting into and she walked away when her job was done..i don't understand why she is now trying to sue to restore her parental rights...don't you know that couples who went into a surrogacy agreement are now afraid that they will be subject blackmail and worse the possibilty of losiing their children
  12. by   mercyteapot
    We're talking about a woman who basically agreed to bear children and hand them over to a freak, for money. Nuff said.
  13. by   BeachNurse
    Rowe Said Described Jackson As Sociopath

    May 3, 2:46 PM (ET)


    (AP) Michael Jackson is scanned as he arrives at the Santa Barbara County Courthouse in Santa Maria,...
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    SANTA MARIA, Calif. (AP) - A sheriff's investigator testified Tuesday in Michael Jackson's child molestation trial that ex-wife Deborah Rowe privately described the pop star as a sociopath and said they had a "plan" to always speak nicely about their relationship in public.

    District Attorney Tom Sneddon told Judge Rodney S. Melville he was bringing Sgt. Steve Robel to the stand to impeach Rowe's testimony.

    Rowe, the mother of two of Jackson's three children, delivered a setback to prosecutors last week when she testified that Jackson was a wonderful parent, a generous person and a victim of "opportunistic vultures" in his inner circle who were trying to take advantage of his troubles for their own financial gain.

    Robel testified that in his interview of Rowe last year she told him that statements she made in a videotape in February 2003 were not true. In that tape, made at the behest of Jackson associates, she praised him and his parenting skills.

    "She referred to Michael as a sociopath and his children as being possessions," Robel said.

    Robel also said Rowe told him that she and Jackson had "a plan" following their divorce in 1999.

    The judge sustained numerous objections from the defense as Robel tried to elaborate on "the plan," but he eventually testified that the idea was "to talk positive about Mr. Jackson" after the divorce in all public statements.

    Rowe said those statements were false, Robel testified.

    Jackson is accused of molesting a 13-year-old boy at his Neverland ranch in February or March 2003, giving the boy wine and conspiring to hold the accuser's family captive to get them to rebut the documentary "Living With Michael Jackson." The accuser appeared with Jackson in the documentary and Jackson said he allowed children to sleep in his bed but that the activity was non-sexual.

    Prosecutors also presented evidence Tuesday that Jackson referred to wine as "Jesus juice," the same phrase that the boy said the pop star used while encouraging him to drink.

    Sheriff's Detective Craig Bonner said he saw Jackson use the phrase on a videotape of an interview with British journalist Martin Bashir, which took place during the making of the documentary.

    That segment did not appear in Bashir's documentary. It was recorded by Jackson's former videographer Hamid Moslehi, who has testified that he ran his camera at the same time as Bashir's crew.

    "Michael Jackson's statement was, 'You don't have like a little bit of Jesus juice, a little bit of wine,'" Bonner testified.

    The judge denied a defense request to play the entire recording to put the comment in context, but he left open the possibility that the defense could introduce part of the recording while presenting the defense case.

    The judge said he watched the tape and wanted the spare the jury from viewing hours of repetitious footage.

    Prosecutors also presented more phone records Tuesday to bolster the conspiracy portion of the case against the pop star by showing there were dozens of calls between phones belonging to Jackson associates around the time the documentary aired.

    During an initial round of records presented Monday a detective conceded that no calls were tied to Jackson.

    Prosecutors contend members of Jackson's inner circle were plotting to send the boy who is now Jackson's accuser and his family to Brazil in the aftermath of the documentary.
  14. by   KrisRNwannabe
    I don't understand her at all. she said they had a "real" relationship and that the children were conceived "naturally" well then why did she just hand over her children to this man?? I hope they convict him. I am sure he will have a wonderfull time in prison!!!!!