VIDEO: Fans Of Michael Jackson Protest His Innocence As ‘Leaving Neverland’ Documentary Airs In Britons

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Legendary Pop star ,Michael Jackson may be dead but that has not stopped a new documentary from showing the darker side of the star while he was still alive.

The much anticipated documentary, ”Leaving Neverland” about Michael Jackson and the boys he allegedly abused has finally been put on air and most of his Britons fans were left devastated and disgusted by the things the alleged victims revealed about the late singer.

In the shocking documentary, two of his victims revealed  a detailing ordeal on how Michael Jackson allegedly abused them over several years.

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One of the alleged victims, James Safechuck  now 40, alleges that Jackson showered him with gifts while grooming both him and his family. Mr Safechuck was 10 years old when he met Michael Jackson in 1986 on the set of a Pepsi advert.

James Safechuck

James Safechuck

He said the late “King of Pop” helped him with his career and his creativity but he also s*xually abused him for 7 years.

Recall, Michael Jackson while he was still alive had always denied any allegations of sexually abusing children.

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Another man named Wade Robson, 36, an Australian, also alleges he was s*xually abused by the late singer. Mr Robson was 5 when he first met Jackson after winning a dance competition in Brisbane.

After the documentary aired, hundreds of television viewers took to Twitter to support the alleged victims while criticizing the late singer. But some supporters of Michael came to his defence and said it is a shame that Michael can’t speak up for himself since he’s dead.

The explosive documentary, titled ‘Leaving Neverland: Michael Jackson and Me”, has seen radio stations in New Zealand and Canada cutting off his  songs from the airwaves. BBC Radio 2 has been forced to deny reports it had stopped playing Jackson’s music.

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A spokeswoman said the BBC ‘does not ban artists’ adding: “We consider each piece of music on its merits and decisions on what we play on different networks are always made with relevant audiences and context in mind.”

Hours before the documentary aired, protesters gathered outside the central London offices of Channel 4, holding banners claiming Michael was innocent and chanting: “facts don’t lie, people do.”

VIDEO: Fans Of  Michael Jackson Protest His Innocence As 'Leaving Neverland' Documentary Airs In Britons

VIDEO: Fans Of Michael Jackson Protest His Innocence As ‘Leaving Neverland’ Documentary Airs In Britons

From L-R Accuser Wade Robson, Leaving Neverland director Dan Reed and alleged victim James Safechuck

From L-R Accuser Wade Robson, Leaving Neverland director Dan Reed and alleged victim James Safechuck

Michael Jackson and Safechuck

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