A lawyer representing two Michael Jackson prosecutors appearing in a new documentary says his sexual abuse charges have not been discredited as Jackson's state says.
Attorney Vince Finaldi said Thursday that Wade Robson and James Safechuck's lawsuits alleged that Jackson misunderstood them as young children, were rejected for technical reasons, not because of their benefits. The redundancies are appealed.
HBO and British station Channel 4 announced on Wednesday that the documentary film, "Leaving Neverland", will fly in the spring after its premiere on January 25 at the Sundance Film Festival.
The Jackson State condemned the documentary and described it as a scandal of discredited accusations.
The director of the film, Dan Reed, says it took a lot of courage for Robson and Safechuck to tell their stories and have no doubt about their validity.