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Read more in our Privacy Policy Send E-mail The following page was sent to Jackson's Crush In 'Thriller' Video Speaks Out A copy was sent to your e-mail address Send Another E-mail Print Jun 25, 2009 8:57 pm US/Pacific Jackson's Crush In 'Thriller' Video Speaks Out More Local News ReportingLaura Cole SACRAMENTO (CBS13) ― Click to enlarge1 of 1 AP Close numSlides of totalImages Related SlideshowsProp.

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And his love interest in that music video now lives in Sacramento.

"I am freaking out, I can't believe that he is gone," says Ola Ray.

Shaken but with a strong voice, Ola Ray, Michael Jackson's love interest in the notorious "Thriller" video spoke out when she heard the news that the man who helped make her famous had passed away.

"He was my hero as well as my mentor.

And I really respected him as an entertainer and we made history together, and he will always be the best," says Ray.

The "Thriller" album sold 100 million copies and it won Jackson seven Grammies.

But, Ray told CBS13 in 2007 interview that she was not receiving her royalties from her hard work in the video and had recently filed a lawsuit, which she would not talk about today.

Now, she only wanted to focus on Michael Â- an icon, who touched hearts all over the world.

"He's not forgotten, he's a legend and that's all I have to say.

God bless you Michael, I love you man," Ray told CBS13.

Ray does keep a Grammy award in her house that she accepted on behalf of Michael for the "Thriller" video.

He never came to get it, and she was glad you got to keep it.

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