Michael Jackson’ brother, Jermaine Jackson, has a new book titled “You Are Not Alone, Michael: Through a Brother’s Eyes” that covers their childhood together as well as the child abuse allegations that haunted Michael.
The book is coming out right when Michael Jackson is back in the news due to the trial of his doctor, Conrad Murray.
The Huffington Post reports:
Fed up with the rumors and mystery surrounding Michael’s life and death, Jackson decided to pen a heartfelt book, “You Are Not Alone, Michael: Through a Brother’s Eyes.” Partly a look at their family’s early years in Gary, Ind., and the phenomenal success of The Jackson 5, the memoir also delves into Michael’s final days and all the questions surrounding his death.
“You Are Not Alone” doesn’t hold back, with mentions of Michael’s chimpanzee Bubbles, the child abuse allegations against Michael, and the singer’s marriage to Lisa Marie Presley all thrown into the mix. The book comes as Michael’s personal physician, Dr. Conrad Murray, goes on trial Tuesday in Los Angeles for the involuntary manslaughter of Michael Jackson.