Michael Jackson "Leaving Neverland": Family Slams Sexual Abuse Claims


There have been two excessive reactions relating to the backlash to the upcoming documentary detailing Michael Jackson's alleged sexual abuse. One aspect needs that we might all simply let him relaxation in peace. The different aspect needs all the info out within the open in order that his alleged victims may lastly search justice. The Jackson Family has continued to face by the King of Pop, denying all reviews that he was an abusive man. In a brand new interview with Gayle King for CBS, they converse at size about their brother, revealing that they have not seen Leaving Neverland however that the whole lot being advised in it's false.

King requested them how they might justify their claims that the knowledge is fake in the event that they have not truly seen the documentary earlier than Jackie Jackson minimize her off, saying, "I do know my brother. He’s my little brother. I do know my brother. He’s not like that." In the interview, the household defended the truth that Jackson used to host slumber events at his Neverland Ranch with younger boys, with Taj Jackson saying that he was truly current at lots of the sleepovers. "I grew up in it, so for me it wasn’t odd," mentioned Taj. "To the surface world, sure, I believe it may be odd. I imply, I’m not oblivious to what it seems like. But once you’re truly there in that ambiance and also you’re round it, and also you’re watching motion pictures, whether or not, together with his youngsters, whether or not it’s ‘Little Rascals’ or ‘Three Stooges,’ and also you’re watching this stuff, it’s like, it’s very harmless."

He went on to defend him additional, saying, "I believe the fault on my uncle was he simply, he didn’t have that bone in his physique to have a look at it the opposite method. And I believe that was the factor, is that his naiveté was his downfall in a method."

This is the primary interview that the Jacksons have finished collectively because the Sundance premiere of Leaving Neverland. The documentary will air in two elements on March three and four on HBO.