Charles Manson's 'Grandson' Says He's Blocked From Visiting Granddad

January 09, 2017
By: Mike McPadden

Photo by: Jason Freeman, TMZ video/screenshot

Jason Freeman, TMZ video/screenshot

BAKERSFIELD, CA —Jason Freeman, the son of the late Charles Manson, Jr., has posted a video online stating that he has been blocked from visiting his ailing grandfather — infamous cult leader and murder mastermind Charles Manson.

Freeman says his lawyers failed to get him in to see Manson last week while the notorious convict was out of Corcoran State Prison and at Mercy Hospital in Bakersfield. Freeman also claims he’s never been sent the proper paperwork to visit Manson in jail. Now Freeman is worried that he may never get to tell his granddad face-to-face that he loves him. TMZ shared Freeman’s video.

In the video, Freeman says he believes Manson “has taken the weight of the world on his shoulders,” and that the notorious criminal thinks it would be harmful for Jason to be associated with him.

Freeman’s father, who was born Charles Manson, Jr., and lived most of his life under the name Jay White, reportedly committed suicide in 1993. Charles Manson himself has never officially acknowledged any of his supposed offspring.

Read more: TMZ, Yahoo News, CNN

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