"Leaving Neverland", a documentary to be presented at the Sundance Film Festival at the end of the month, tells the story of two men claiming to have been the victims of sexual abuse of "King of Pop Music" when they were 7 and 10 years respectively.
"This is an extravagant effort, a scandalous and pathetic attempt to exploit and make money from Michael Jackson," said the singer's heirs in a press release from several US media.
This "so-called" documentary is "just a resumption of old and unfounded claims. It would be surprising if a director worthy of this name was involved in such a project," the press release said.
Manufacturers leaving Neverland confirmed in Rolling Stone Magazine that the two men who accused Michael Jackson are choreographer Wade Robson, who filed a complaint against late songs in 2013, and James Safechuck, who sued Michael Jackson's heirs
Both cases were rejected in 2017, writes Digi24.
But Dan Reed assures himself that he takes these charges seriously. "If I have learned one thing, sexual abuse is complicated and the voice of the victims must be heard," he said in a statement. "It took a lot of courage for these two men to tell their story, and I have no doubt about their credibility," the director added.
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