In a quest to find the natural father of "Blanket", one of Michael three kids, the family has ran across a Native American by the name of Windy Three Sheets.
Windy, according to our source, once saved Michael Jackson and an older child's life, if he is to be believed.
"Michael was going to cross street and was looking after one of the kids and it looked to be clear. This was in Chicago during his appearance on the Oprah Winfrey Show. But I saw a car turn the corner just as Jackson began to cross street and I reached out and pulled him back before the car could hit them."
Windy went on about the sudden appearance of two big men, he later assumed were bodyguards, that tried to tackle him for grabbing Michael.
However, Jackson told them to leave Windy alone as he had just saved their lives and he had asked them why weren't THEY doing their job.
"He then asked all about me. I told him I was OK, not wealthy like him but OK. That I didn't need much."
After that, Michael arranged a meeting with Three Sheets and during the meeting, Jackson had asked all kinds of personal and family questions. He said that he had a drinking problem but was OK most of the time, picking up construction jobs.
"He then asked me if I could use $25,000? Then he told me that if I would stay clean and eat from a diet he was using for only one month, he would give that amount to me if I would donate sperm for his next child."
Windy said that that was what had happened and that the one Jackson called "Blanket" was probably his.
"He favors both my mother, Pickled Puss and Grandmother Horse Blanket."
Would he submit to a DNA test? No!
Windy stated that all that was over. He felt bad after the donation and went on a two-week bender. But the money had helped him put his own construction crew together.
The story of a drunk? I don't think so. The biggest reason is that "Blanket" looks a lot like Windy Three Sheets.