Who is Charles Manson’s Grandson?
If you’re a fan of serial killers, you’ve probably wondered who is Charles Manson’s grandson. Jason L. Freeman claims to be the son of Charles Manson, and he has two pieces of evidence to back up this claim: his father’s will from 2002 and a court-recognized grandparent. But is he really the grandson of the serial killer?
Jason L. Freeman
A documentary series about the life of Charles Manson’s family is set to air on U.S. broadcaster Reelz. The project is funded by British distributor Drg and focuses on Jason Freeman, who claims to be the grandson of the notorious serial killer. The four-part series will follow Jason as he tries to come to terms with his grandfather’s murder spree. It will air just ahead of the 50th anniversary of the murders.
Freeman wants to visit impoverished villages in Africa and bring clean water. In addition, he plans to take on the drug epidemic in Ohio and Manatee County, Florida. Freeman has received threats on the Internet and has had to face backlash from some people over his decision.
Jason L. Freeman claims to be Charles Manson’s son
A former mixed martial arts fighter, Jason L. Freeman, claims to be the grandson of the late Charles Manson. The murderer, who changed his name to Charles Jay White after his marriage, committed suicide in June 1993. He left behind a son, Jason Freeman, who has also claimed to be Manson’s grandson. In an effort to prove that he is indeed Manson’s grandson, Freeman has set up a GoFundMe page. Unfortunately, the page was shut down Thursday.
Freeman, who is a father of three, claims to be the grandson of Charles Manson. He says he was born in 1976 to Charles Manson, Jr. Freeman says he learned about his family history as a teenager, and pushed to have a relationship with the mastermind of the notorious murders. But California corrections officials would not comment on his claims.
Jason L. Freeman has a 2002 will
Jason L. Freeman has claimed that he is the grandson of Charles Manson and the true heir. He claims he wants to give Charles Manson the proper burial he deserves and that he is the one who should receive his grandfather’s remains. He has invited some of Charles Manson’s close friends to a private funeral service and has spread his grandfather’s ashes over a body of water. But the question remains, does the will be authentic?
The will dated 2002 disinherited Jason Freeman and any other person claiming to be Charles Manson’s grandson. However, Jason Freeman was born in 1976, the son of Charles Manson, Jr. Freeman learned of his family history as a teenager and began pressing for a relationship with his alleged grandfather. Corrections officials in California have refused to comment on the validity of Freeman’s claims.
Jason L. Freeman has a court-recognized grandparent
Jason Freeman claims to be the grandson of Charles Manson and wants to be the permanent administrator of his estate. He recently won a victory in the 2nd District Court of Appeal, where a judge ruled that Freeman did not have to undergo DNA testing. The judge ruled that Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Clifford Klein erred by ordering Freeman to submit to DNA testing.
Freeman, who has never met his grandfather, has been working on a documentary about the notorious killer. Though Freeman has not yet met Manson, he has forgiven him for his crimes. The Manson family contacted Freeman after reading his book, Knocking Out the Devil. He is now fighting with a Manson memorabilia collector over his inheritance.
Jason L. Freeman’s plans to scatter Manson’s ashes
While his fans may have shunned him as a cult leader, his fan base has not died. In the months and years since his death, the family has fought to keep the fans away. Now, a former pen pal of Manson’s has won a legal battle and plans to scatter Manson’s ashes in a desert.
The case has a lot of controversies surrounding it. Although Freeman claimed to be Charles Manson’s grandson, it is not clear if he is the rightful heir. However, he has already received backlash on the internet and received threats for his decision. Despite the backlash, Freeman has chosen to make the right choice. Freeman did not sell Manson’s death certificate, took a photo of Manson in the casket for TMZ, or scatter Manson’s ashes over water.