|Frye at young age|
American actress, director and screenwriter Soleil Moon Frye writes in her book "Happy Chaos," which was released on Tuesday, August 23 that she once shared a bathtub with late pop-star Michael Jackson. This 35 year-old says that they were "talking about life, love and the secrets of the world" sitting side by side in a hot tub. She was then only 8 and according to her Michael "related more to kids than adults and that grown-ups never completely understood him."
She also says, "He sat across from me and we had a dialogue as if we were peers - a true heart-to-heart. He never made me feel like this was a bizarre situation. It just seemed as if he really wanted someone to talk to, someone who would make no judgments about him." Before that the pop craze defended her from the attack of a swan while they were visiting his pet animals. All this happened during her visit to his ranch in North Hollywood, near Los Angeles.
Jackson's representatives have not commented on Frye's remarks. Even Kidada Jones, 37, who is the sister of "Parks and Recreation" actress Rashida Jones and daughter of music director Quincy Jones, has also not commented on Frye's remarks. Kidada Jones was there too with Jackson and Frye but left after watching a movie "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory," a 1971 film starring Gene Wilder as a chocolate factory owner who takes a group of children on an tour of his mysterious and seemingly magical facility.