(AP) The father of pop singer and accused child molester Michael Jackson has reported that his son has possibly left the United States for good and may never return. Mr. Jackson told reporters that, "You drove my boy out with your accusations. You made fun of his nose and all of his surgeries. You made fun of his love for little boys. You made fun of the way he dressed and talked and acted. I hope you are proud of yourselves!"
Speculation was heavy among the entertainment community where Jackson would decide to settle in the world. While the consensus was that he would most enjoy living in a Turkish prison, other ideas were proposed.
"I see Michael moving to Vienna and using his musical talents to help train and work with the world famous Vienna Boys Choir," said sister Janet.
James Earl Jones did not feel that Jackson would go back to his roots. "Are you kidding," he said. "Michael would not go back to Africa! He's spent his whole life trying to change from a black man into a white woman; what would Africa have to offer him?"
Former olympic gold medalist and Romanian Nadia Comanici felt that Jackson might go to her country. "I've seen the Thriller video and know that he likes vampires and other monsters. Where else would he go?"
French actor Maurice Chevalier said that he could not see Jackson coming to his country. "Over here, he got in trouble for dangling his child from a balcony. In France, we thank heaven for little girls, and that just does not seem much like Michael."
Italian Sophia Loren also did not picture the elusive pop star moving to her country. "Micheal just does not have a strong, Roman nose. I suppose he could give himself one if he wanted to fit in, but I doubt it as his keeps shrinking."
Father Guido Sarducci, however, refuted Loren's claim and felt that Jackson would end up in Rome. "After all," he said, "Rome is home to the Vatican. We all know that Michael wants to be a Catholic Priest because he adores the altar boys."