She felt like she ”hang her head in shame” due to Murphy’s denial of fathering her three-year-old daughter Angel.
The singer also revealed that Eddie won’t have a role in Angel’s life because he wasn’t there during Mel’s pregnancy.
“Angel is three and I didn’t expect her real biological father to pop back into her life. I think, in my mind, I fought so hard for justice at the very beginning of my pregnancy. I was hanging my head in shame because everyone was like, ‘Is that really the father?’ but I knew what I knew.
“Do I really want to be back on a red carpet entertaining everyone else’s world like, ‘Ooh, Eddie’s back in our life – we’re one big happy family'”
Nevertheless, thanks to a DNA test, everyone found out that in fact Eddie was the father.
“I had to keep my head down – I had no choice but to just carry on with everything. It brings up all that again and all that hurt I went through by myself and pregnant.
“I had to move to the beach, I had paparazzi following me everywhere, I had people calling me a gold digger and saying that I got pregnant on purpose. It was a horrible time so I had to make sure I wasn’t frustrated by what everyone was saying and forget what actually went on.”
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Mocienne Petit Jackson, who lives in Netherlands, submitted a file to Superior Court of Justice in Los Angeles requesting approval of a DNA test to establish paternity.
The woman claims that she was born in 1975, when Michael Jackson, then 17 years old, had left pregnant her mother, Barbara, Diana Ross’s sister.
Mocienne Petit Jackson accuses Katherine Jackson of trying to kidnap her when she was nine years old trying to defend the “reputation” of Michael.
Mocienne Petit Jackson claims she was diagnosed with vitiligo, the same skin disease that Michael Jackson suffered. She decided to initiate this action in order to formally request the rightfully part of her “father” legacy.
She also asked for the custody of three children of MJ, saying she wanted to give them “a normal life.”
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His name is Norh Robinson, a dirt-poor Mississippi farmer now living in a rural VA hospital who wants Oprah to submit to a paternity test that he says would once and for all prove that he sired her in 1954.
Robinson’s last wish is to speak with Oprah.
“I told her [in a letter], if she wanted, I’d give her one( a DNA test),” Robinson told The Post in an exclusive interview this week.
He also said in the letter: “I never got no answer,” Robinson told The Post. “I never did get no answer. If I did, it didn’t get to me. I’d like her to call me,” he said.
Oprah’s spokeswoman said the TV host wasn’t available to comment on Robinson’s claims.
Oprah was raised by her mother, Vernita Lee, 75, and Lee’s longtime boyfriend, Vernon Winfrey. She considers Vernon her father but has figured out he isn’t her biological dad.