Naked Madonna in Michael Jackson's bed 'put singer off women', King of Pop's close friend claimed in 2017

Madonna earlier said that she and Jackson had shared a passionate kiss after she made the first move, but there was no romance of any kind

                            Naked Madonna in Michael Jackson's bed 'put singer off women', King of Pop's close friend claimed in 2017
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Star of the 1968 film 'Oliver!' and close friend of King of Pop Michael Jackson, Mark Lester, has claimed that he knows the precise moment when the singer was turned off by women. He claimed that it was all because of the Queen of Pop, Madonna. In an interview that Lester previously gave to the Daily Mail two years ago, the rumored biological father of the late super star's two children — Michael Joseph Jackson, Jr. (Prince) and Paris — had claimed that it was seeing Madonna completely naked on his bed that put him off women by essentially scaring him. Lester's comments have reemerged after the release of HBO's Dan Reed documentary 'Leaving Neverland'.

MEA WorldWide (MEAWW) had previously reported on how Lester described the incident. He says: "When he entered the room, she was in bed, threw the covers off and was completely naked. He took one look at her and screamed and ran away — not something I’d have done!" While Madonna has not talked about this incident she has spoken about the time she kissed Jackson when she appeared in an episode of Carpool Karaoke with The Late Late Show host James Corden in 2016. 

The episode had some fun moments before Corden begged for details about the rumored romance between the King and Queen of Pop. Madonna revealed that the couple had shared a passionate kiss after she was the one who made the first move but romance of any kind was very short-lived. The singer said that she was able to "loosen up" Jackson with a glass of wine before she could even make a move on him.

The then 58-year-old singer confessed that she shared a "full French kiss" on the show but needed the alcohol to help him relax before he would even become a "willing accomplice". When Corden asked Madonna on the show if she and Jackson had even kissed, she said: "Of course. I mean, baby, I've been around! Yeah, tongue-in-mouth kissing. I haven't had the chance to talk about it, no one ever asks me."

When the excited host asked her who had made the first move, the Like a Prayer singer confessed: "Well, I did, if you wanna know the truth. Cause he was a little bit shy. However, he was a willing accomplice. I did get him to loosen up with a glass of Chardonnay. And it did. It worked wonders."

Then there's the case of Lester's interviews claiming that Madonna was the reason why Jackson couldn't be around women sexually due to being afraid. Ever since Jackson died, the former child actor became famous mainly for claiming that he had been asked by Jackson to be a sperm donor, but then quickly retracted this statement. The man is talking about how he acted as Jackson's "sperm donor" again and now he is also claiming that it was because the late singer had problems engaging in sex.

He said in the interview: "I was just helping out a friend. I think he had a problem with actually doing the physical act of sex and a very low sperm count as well." Lester also said that Jackson had joked that Lester "only had to look at his own wife and she’d get pregnant". The Lesters have four children - 26-year-old Lucy, 23-year-old Harriet, 22-year-old Olivia, and 18-year-old Felix.

In 2016, the same year that Madonna revealed in the Carpool Karaoke episode that she and the King of Pop had just shared a kiss and nothing else, Jackson's former private doctor Conrad Murray revealed in his book that Jackson wanted to marry 12-year-old Harriet, Lester's daughter. 

Lester, however, has since speculated that Jackson may have just wanted to marry his daughter in a "fairy tale" and "innocent" way. He explained: "It's very hard for me to tell you in a short amount of time what he was like." He then did a complete 360 turn in an interview with the Daily Mail a year later where he said he was worried towards the end of Jackson's life when the singer remarked that one of Lester's daughters looked like Princess Diana and he wanted to marry her.

He said in the interview: "Michael was going off the rails a bit then. I think he was a bit unbalanced. Delirious from all the drugs." Lester has come out in support of the pop star and said in another interview with The Sun last month that the King of Pop was "just naive" and that he could have never abused children. He said: "The man that I knew was a very gentle man, kind, respectful. He was absolutely endearing to my children when I took my kids to Neverland. They absolutely adored Michael."