Radio 2 have apparently dropped Michael Jackson songs from its playlists ahead of the release of Channel 4 documentary Leaving Neverland, which details new child sex abuse claims. When I wasn't with him, I was thinking of him.
Don't miss the magic from the King of Pop himself! He claims that on the tour, Jackson taught him to masturbate. When the family went to California, Robson's parents agreed for him to stay with Jackson while they continued their holiday and he alleges that the abuse began then.
"We used to spend hours and hours and hours on the phone".
"Little one send me another fax please", one reads.
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I've had conversations with friends in which we've wondered if the actual process of watching the documentary is even necessary-we already know what it's about, and we already generally believe that these disgusting stories have validity, so do we then need to subject ourselves to the actual experience?
Safechuck also claimed that Jackson would "run drills with me, where we'd be in the hotel room and he would pretend like somebody is coming in and you had to get dressed as fast as possible without making noise". "I don't know where it came from but that became my name from him". He added that once he turned 14 years old, Jackson was no longer interested in him, but had already told Robson, "We can never tell anyone what we are doing. He helped me with my career, he helped me with my creativity, with all of those sorts of things".
In 2013, Robson filed a lawsuit targeting Jackson's estate that asked for $1.62 billion in damages. Throughout both these trials, Jackson and his legal team argued that he was completely innocent and unjustly persecuted, a position he held up until his death in 2009 at the age of 50. The documentary will also be made available for streaming at that time. It's a clear continuation the Jackson estate's effort to discredit the documentary, and to rehabilitate Jackson's damaged legacy.