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A brand new documentary is threatening to hurt the legacy of Michael Jackson as two new accusers have come forward to detail their alleged experiences with the King of Pop.
Leaving Neverland takes accounts of two people who at one time had a very close relationship with Jackson as children, and claim that they were the victims of abuse. During its debut at Sundance critics described the film as a “devastatingly powerful and convincing testimony that Michael Jackson was guilty of child sexual abuse,” and “incredibly persuasive.”
One of the people who star in the documentary is choreographer Wade Robson, who at one time testified that Jackson had never abused him or touched him inappropriately in court.
Brandi Jackson, MJ’s niece, and daughter of Jackie Jackson, is now claiming that she had once dated Robson and that his allegations are just another way of him trying to receive some attention and clout. She gave her side of the story through a tweet thread on Twitter.
“Wade and I were together for over 7 years, but I bet that isn’t in his “documentary” because it would ruin his timeline. And did I mention, it was my uncle, #MichaelJackson, who set us up? Wade is not a victim, #WadeRobsonIsaLiar”