Michael Jackson's estate is releasing a pair of concert films of the late singer on YouTube, timed to distract from the premiere of the documentary Leaving Neverland. The Michael Jackson estate has been trying to discredit the documentary and has also sued HBO for broadcasting it, claiming that violates a non-disparagement clause in the contract over the broadcast rights to the Bucharest concert, which HBO aired in 1992, according to the same source.
In it, Wade Robson and James Safechuck, who met Jackson when they were children, reveal in graphic detail allegations that he sexually abused them when they were seven and 10.
Meanwhile, The Blast has obtained a copy of the In a letter Robson wrote to Cirque boss Jean-Francois Bouchard, asking for a job in his new Michael Jackson show in 2011, stating, "There are very few subjects I know about more than Michael Jackson". Fondling, touching, my entire body and my penis'.
Un supporter de Manchester poignardé par son taxi à Paris
Un homme âgé de 44 ans est intervenu pour la protéger, avant que le chauffeur ne se retourne pour le poignarder au niveau de la poitrine.
Some of his dedicated fans have said this is proof of Jackson's innocence.
Michael Jackson's concert in Romania was the first such concert an worldwide mega-star held in Romania after the fall of communism.
Radio 2 hasn't played a solo Jackson track since last Saturday, when they broadcast his 1979 hit Rock With You.
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However, there were many who came to Jackson's defense.
Calling sexual abuse 'a scourge on humanity, ' Winfrey said 'this moment transcends Michael Jackson.
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She is a best-selling author and now moderates ABC's Emmy Award-winning " The View ", for which she has won a Daytime Emmy Award. Even people who are not huge fans of mine, have actually said nice things about me.