Michael Jackson's concert in Bucharest uploaded on YouTube to counter negative documentary

Michael Jackson's concert in Bucharest uploaded on YouTube to counter negative documentary

Michael Jackson's concert in Bucharest uploaded on YouTube to counter negative documentary

James Safechuck is one of two men who detail their allegations of sexual abuse at the hands of the King of Pop in new documentary Leaving Neverland, the first part of which aired on America's HBO on Sunday night.

The second part of Leaving Neverland is due to air on HBO tonight, with its United Kingdom bow coming on 6 March and 7 March courtesy of Channel 4, which co-produced the film with the American network.

Now, Legend says he has no reason not to believe the men who say they were abused by Michael Jackson.

"The mechanics of the cover-up is what really interests me", he said. "That is where it becomes La La Land, instead of Neverland for me".

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Piers concluded: "Anyway we don't know - he's not here - but the documentary is pretty harrowing to watch, isn't it?"

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In the film, Safechuck, who stated that he kept the brochure about Neverland from when Jackson was debating whether to buy it, said that before Jackson purchased the estate he told the boy the purchase was for him. We filled out some vows. 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.

Safechuck claimed that Jackson assaulted him at 10 different spots around the property.

Robson said of Jackson, "We used to spend hours and hours and hours on the phone". "I was, and I think my mother and my whole family, was already surrendered before I ever met him".

He continued to insist that their friendship never got sexual, "We never spoke about sex, other than a few warnings about how sex was scary and risky. And this is how we show our love'". But he added, "And he also sexually abused me for seven years".

In the UK, Leaving Neverland will air at 9pm on Channel 4 tomorrow, March 6 and Thursday, March 7 2019.

"Meanwhile, Safechuck also said that Jackson would make him practice getting dressed quickly so they wouldn't get caught engaging in sexual acts, saying, "[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".

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