Jackson Web site calls charges 'big lie'
(CNN) -- Michael Jackson launched a Web site Monday dedicated to countering what he called "a big lie" -- the child molestation accusations against him.
CNN's Miguel Marquez reports the boy accusing Michael Jackson is the same boy mentioned during a documentary on the singer.
Michael Jackson is booked, bailed and released.
The statement reads:
"To my fans, friends and family: As you know, the charges recently directed at me are terribly serious. They are, however, predicated on a big lie. This will be shown in court, and we will be able to put this horrible time behind us.
"Because the charges are so serious, I hope you all will understand, on the advice of my attorneys, I will be limited in what I can say about the situation. There will be times when I cannot comment at all. No doubt, this will be frustrating for all of us.
"For that reason, I have set up this website to serve as a source of official communications on my case. Any statement that does not appear on this website must be considered unauthorized.
"You are right to be skeptical of some of the individuals who are being identified in the mass media as my friends, spokespeople, and attorneys. With few exceptions, most of them are simply filling a desperate void in our culture that equates visibility with insight. We will not engage in speculation. We will not provide running commentary on every new development or allegation du jour. We intend to try our case in the courtroom, not in the public or the media.
"I thank you all for your support and understanding.
"God bless you, Michael Jackson."
Along with this latest statement, the Web site (http://www.MJnews.us) initially included the three statements issued in the last week by Jackson as he reacted to developments in the case.