In what sounds like a scene from Ghost Busters, a woman claims she's "possessed" by Michael Jackson's ghost -- and they are married.
Roberts alleges that she doesn't have sex with Jackson's ghostly apparition, however, he possesses her body to dance, sing and eat cookies.
In a video, Roberts claims Jackson "proposed" to her "clairvoyantly" and she accepted.
She also said the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. officiated their nuptials, and that Jackson kept their marriage certificate.
"Michael stays in me all the time," said Roberts, who refers to Jackson as her "husband."
"So he comes to the restroom with me and calls these special bonding moments 'toiletries.' He stays possessed in me (relaxed not channeling and just enjoying living through me and communicating with me as a husband)."
"So he likes to eat in me. He loves cookies. He cusses a lot more than I'd expect him to as a former fan."
Roberts also claimed her supernatural senses have been previously misdiagnosed as schizophrenia.
Jackson died at age 50 from respiratory and cardiac arrest due to an overdose of an intravenous sedative on June 25, 2009.
In 2010, Jackson's personal physician, Conrad Murray was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter.
After losing an appeal, Murray served 2 years of a four-year prison sentence. His license to practice medicine in California was revoked.