Michael Jackson banned his children from inviting their school friends to their birthday parties because he was over-protective of them, it has been revealed.
The late King of Pop, who died of acute Propofol intoxication in 2009, used to throw his three children - Prince, Paris and Blanket - lavish parties with clowns, magicians and cakes, but never let them invite their pals because he was over-protective of them, Contactmusic reported.
The pop legend's former bodyguards Bill Whitfield and Jayon Beard have made the claims in a new tell-all book 'Remember the Time: Protecting Michael Jackson', which reveals details of the Jackson family's lives in the two years before the 'Thriler' hitmaker's death.
Michael would pay to have entire cinemas and toy shops shut down so that his children could have privacy, Jayon said. (ANI)