LOS ANGELES (REUTER) - One Los Angeles television station reported that Jackson's wife told them she had a baby boy on Wednesday, but other news reports said the woman, Debbie Rowe, had been admitted to the famed Cedars-Sinai Medical Centre but had not yet given birth. Spokesmen for the reclusive singer would not confirm Rowe was even at the hospital, but promised a statement shortly. In a call to KNBC, a woman identifying herself as Rowe, who Jackson married three months ago, said the baby was born after doctors had induced labour. "Debbie Rowe called us just literally two minutes before we went on the air this afternoon (7 p.m. EST) to tell us 'yes indeed' she had a little baby, a baby boy," KNBC anchor Chuck Henry said on the air. "I asked her how the child was doing and she said 'he's doing fine and she's doing fine,'" said Henry. After doubts were raised about KNBC's report, the station's news director Bill Lord told Reuters: "We believe the woman who called was Debbie Rowe. We believe what we reported is correct." Security was tight around the hospital and a spokesman for Cedars-Sinai declined to even confirm the couple was there. Recent reports had said Rowe, who married Jackson in Australia less than a year after his divorce from Lisa Marie Presley, would give birth at a clinic in Switzerland. Her due date was mid-February. The couple married last November only 10 days after Jackson announced that Rowe, who worked for the star's dermatologist and nursed him while he was being treated for a rare skin disorder, was to give birth to his child. Jackson denied news reports that Rowe had been artificially inseminated and that he paid her $500,000 to carry his child.