Bombshell Documentary Premieres Detailing Michael Jackson's Alleged Abuse Of Two Young Boys

Bombshell Documentary Premieres Detailing Michael Jackson's Alleged Abuse Of Two Young Boys

A number of Jackson's brothers and his nephew defended Jackson and slammed the documentary in an interview with "CBS This Morning" last week, accusing the film of "not telling the truth".

Germany's ProSiebenSat.1 Group, Australia's Network Ten and HBO across Latin America were among the buyers for the film, which is produced by Reed's Amos Pictures. It focuses on Wade and Jimmy, who allege they were sexually abused by the singer as children.

"He set it up like I'm going to show you something that everybody does and you'll enjoy it", he said.

Another aspect of the grooming and manipulation Jackson allegedly exercised toward Safechuck involved a faux wedding between the singer and the young boy - complete with a ceremony and an exchanging of rings, as discussed in Leaving Neverland - that Safechuck said was a way for Jackson to maintain his influence over him.

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In the film, Safechuck, who stated that he kept the brochure about Neverland from when Jackson was debating whether to buy it, said that before Jackson purchased the estate he told the boy the purchase was for him. The tour was the start of this sexual, like, couple relationship. "I don't know where it came from but that became my name from him". Robson said after a few days there, the family agreed to leave their son alone with Jackson, which is when the alleged abuse began. And thank God for me, my memories of MJ were mostly fond, aside from our one and only fight because he incorrectly feared I would turn on him and make-up lies. The pair filed lawsuits against Jackson in 2013 and 2014, but each was thrown out for being too long after the original alleged incidents.

In 2003, Jackson was charged with seven counts of child molestation and two counts of administering an intoxicating agent to a 13-year-old boy. "'Wade Robson and James Safechuck have both testified under oath that Michael never did anything inappropriate toward them, ' the statement read".

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