Michael Jackson Estate Criticized for Releasing Concert as New Abuse Documentary Premieres

Michael Jackson Estate Criticized for Releasing Concert as New Abuse Documentary Premieres

Michael Jackson Estate Criticized for Releasing Concert as New Abuse Documentary Premieres

Following the premiere of Part 2 of HBO's Leaving Neverland, Oprah Winfrey will host a post-documentary sit-down conversation with alleged accusers Wade Robson and James Safechuck.

"#Neverland OK i watched it all i know is what i experienced, & yes every experience was the same.right up 2 the sex part! that is where it becomes lala land, instead of neverland 4 me. we never spoke about sex other than a few warnings about how sex was scary, & risky", he began a series of Tweets.

Matt, who received a death threat for making his conclusion, said: "After four heartbreaking hours, you don't doubt them for a moment". When he didn't get the job he (unsuccessfully) tried to get a publisher to release the story and when that failed sued the Jackson estate (unsuccessfully) over the sex abuse allegations. Immerse yourself in Michael Jackson.

That approach can make Leaving Neverland claustrophobic and draining, but it also makes it powerful.

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"I ask for all of you to wait and hear the truth before you label or condemn me", he added. We'll still be listening to "Billie Jean" at weddings for decades to come, I'm certain, although "P.Y.T." should probably be relegated to the dumpster-fires of time.

Both Safechuck and Robson claim the "Man in the Mirror" singer befriended them when they were children, and that their relationships quickly turned sexual. He also once testified that Jackson did not molest him.

Safechuck offered some graphic detail of the alleged abuse: "There was kissing and just kind of rubbing on each other and then oral sex and then he would want me to suck on his nipples and he would finish himself".

The response to Leaving Neverland, however, was not confined to defenders of Jackson, with many social media users declaring that they think those who allege abuse should be believed. "We are extremely sympathetic to any legitimate victim of child abuse".

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