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Ever since the premiere of the “Leaving Neverland” documentary, the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis have decided to pull Michael Jackson memorabilia from its walls. The items comes from to separate exhibits in the museum and they include a fedora, a glove and a poster of the King of Pop.
The decision to remove the items was made after the documentary was released, in which both Wade Robson and James Safechuck gave detailed stories of their alleged sexual abuse by Jackson when they were kids.
Other items by Jackson were kept up in the museum because of its connection to Ryan White, a boy who was diagnosed with AIDS and connected with Michael Jackson before his death in 1990.