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A man who believes he was once married to a sexually confused Janet Jackson sent the performer a letter claiming that he would kill "every homosexual on the face of the earth" in order to save Jackson from a life of homosexuality.
According to newly released documents by the FBI, Frank Paul Jones thought he was married to Jackson. But he also believed the "Pleasure Principle" singer was uncertain about her own sexual leanings.
"The situation ... is centered around her confused sexuality," Jones wrote in one letter, reports TMZ.
Jones added that if Jackson did not "overcome" her sexual ambiguity, "I'm gonna try to kill every homosexual on the face of the earth. If I can't save my wife, they can't be saved."
Jones also sent death threats to both Janet and brother Michael Jackson and appeared at the Jackson family home in Encino, Calif.
The released FBI files include death threats against the Jacksons, then-president George H.W. Bush, and mob boss John Gotti, according to the Associated Press.
Jones was arrested in 1992 after trespassing in the driveway of the Jackson compound. The following year he was sentenced to two years in prison for mailing a threatening communication.