London: King of Pop Michael Jackson's former British bodyguard is seeking legal aid to prove he is the biological father of the late singer's youngest son.

Martial arts master Matt Fiddes, who protected the 'Thriller' hitmaker when he was in the UK, is going to America to demand the right to see 10-year-old Blanket, whose birth name is Prince Michael Jackson II, reported a daily.

Fiddes claims to have provided Jackson with sperm donation in a London hotel a year before Blanket was born in 2002. "I am going to lodge my DNA and formally ask the Jacksons for access. I want visitation rights," Fiddes said.

Apparently, he has alleged that Jackson's family never answered his letters or spoke to him since the singer's death in 2009.He has claimed that Jackson revealed to him that he was Blanket's real father in November 2002, after he infamously dangled the then nine-month-old child over a hotel balcony.