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Paris, Blanket and Prince Michael Jackson in Pay-Per-View tell-all (VIDEO)

By April Neale Dec 17, 2013, 7:44 GMT

Paris, Blanket and Prince Michael Jackson in Pay-Per-View tell-all (VIDEO)

Paris Jackson, Prince Michael Jackson David Gabber / PR Photos

The Jackson family are once again trying to make a buck off the deceased earner of the family, Michael Jackson.

The Daily Mail reports that Paris Jackson, Prince Michael and Blanket will talk about their childhood with their late dad on a pay-per-view online documentary.

In his first speaking appearance, 11-year-old Blanket expresses how Neverland Ranch offered him the opportunity to be exposed to various animals and the social issues that affect them.

According to Daily Mail, Blanket stated:

“We lived in kind of like a zoo basically- (there were) giraffes, lions. There’s a lot of animals being killed by poachers and stuff so I want to help endangered species of animals.”

Paris was a bit more reserved: “We didn’t know a lot of kids our age. We were more secluded, we never really left the ranch that often.”

Prince Michael said he didn’t understand his father’s celebrity status until he was six years old. In the documentary, Prince Michael said: “‘He wanted us to always be what we wanted to be, just be greater at it than anyone else had ever been.”

Below is a segment from ABC News on their documentary.

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