Raymone Bain has worked for Late Michael Jackson for almost eight years. She worked for him till his death back in June 2009 at the age 50. In a long interview with reporters, Raymone clearly announced to create Michael Jackson Legacy Foundation that can ‘preserve and defend his name while supporting the numerous organisations he supported in his life’.
Raymone Bain said: ‘He may no longer he will be with but we’re hoping through the foundation he’ll continue to live through us. Addressing the Leaving Neverland documentary and the two accusers, Wade Robson and James Safechuck, Raymone added without mentioning their names: ‘I believe it was their goal to derail anything being planned in his honour. But guess what, they failed.’
She added: ‘Child molestation and paedophilia are serious and unacceptable, sick, psychotic behaviour. I consider myself a strong advocate for children.’ However, Raymone went on to defend Jackson, saying: ‘Not only am I appalled that at the beginning of this special year, we were all confronted with a biased documentary.
She also mentioned that Michael Jackson was a victim.