Michael Jackson’s Fake Nose Is Missing
The Aug. 6 issue of Rolling Stone magazine reports that the artificial nose the King of Pop wore was missing when he was taken to the Los Angeles county morgue after his death on June 25.
"The prosthesis that he normally attached to his damaged nose was missing, revealing bits of cartilage surrounding a small dark hole," the magazine said in an unconfirmed report.
Adrian McManus, a former housekeeper of Michael's, says that the singer kept a jar of fake noses in his closet that he adhered to his face with stage glue when he wanted to disguise himself.
Jackson's obsession with plastic surgery is no secret. Some say he was desperate to change his appearance so that he didn't look like his father, Joe Jackson.
One friend, Marcus Phillips, has said: "Michael was elated about the fact that with the second nose job he looked less like his father. If he couldn’t erase Joe from his life at least he could erase him from the reflection in the mirror."
No word on the whereabouts of his nose now.
In other MJ news:
According to a high-up source in the Los Angeles Police Department, “nearly everything you’ve read so far about how Michael Jackson died or what’s going on now is fiction. You’ll notice we haven’t said one word so far officially.”