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Michael Jackson accuser James Safechuck has had his lawsuit against two of the late singer’s corporations dismissed. The 42-year-old — who accused the “Thriller” hitmaker of abusing him from the age of 10 until he hit puberty — had made an attempt to sue MJJ Productions Inc. and MJJ Ventures Inc. over the alleged abuse…

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Wade Robson and James Safechuck have tentatively had the dismissal of their lawsuit against Michael Jackson’s estate overturned. The two men had previously filed claims against the late “Thriller” hitmaker — who died in June 2009 — over allegations he abused them as children but their cases were dismissed in 2017, in part due to the statute…

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Michael Jackson’s family blasted Leaving Neverland after it won a Creative Arts Emmy. The Dan Reed documentary — which details sexual abuse allegations made against Jackson by James Safechuck and Wade Robson — picked up the award for Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Special on the first night of the Creative Arts Emmys on Saturday, Sept. 14,…

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A new documentary defending Michael Jackson has been released. The hour-long film, titled Chase The Truth, has been created to defend the late King of Pop following the controversial “Leaving Neverland” documentary, which aired earlier this year, and explored accusations made by Wade Robson, 36, and James Safechuck, 41. The film featuring interviews with Jackson’s…

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Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” video helped catapult the album of the same name to become the bestselling ever (Photo: circa 1982) Despite being one of the greatest musical entertainers of all time and having his “Thriller” video considered the best ever, executives at MTV may snatch Michael Jackson’s name from the Video Vanguard Award. According to…

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The Material Girl is defending the King of Pop. Madonna, who along with Michael Jackson ruled pop culture in the 1980s and part of the ’90s, is defending her fellow legend by saying the Thriller architect is “innocent until proven guilty” of the multiple child molestation charges levied against him. You would think that after…

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Oprah Winfrey “doesn’t regret” supporting the Leaving Neverland documentary. The 65-year-old media mogul stood by Wade Robson and James Safechuck in an interview that aired immediately after the HBO documentary in which they accused the late Michael Jackson of sexually abusing them after befriending them as children. And although Oprah — who became known for shedding light on…

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Will.i.am says the allegations made against Michael Jackson are part of a “racist smear campaign.” The “Scream and Shout” hitmaker has branded the claims made by James Safechuck and Wade Robson in the HBO documentary Leaving Neverland, where they say that Jackson sexually abused both of them after befriending them when they were children, as…

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Diana Ross has spoken out to defend her late friend Michael Jackson following allegations of child sexual abuse. The 74-year-old singer used her Twitter account to speak up for Jackson after the documentary Leaving Neverland suggested he abused Wade Robson and James Safechuck when they were children. Referencing her own Supremes hit single, she posted: “This is what’s…

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Michael Jackson’s former bodyguard has come to his defense. Bill Whitfield was the late King of Pop’s security man along with Javon Beard — with whom he co-wrote the 2014 book Remember the Time: Protecting Michael Jackson in His Final Days. He has now spoken out about the HBO documentary “Leaving Neverland” in which James…

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As soon as embattled singer R. Kelly bolted out of his chair and started punching the air during a dramatic, sob-filled tirade in his compelling TV interview with “CBS This Morning’s” Gayle King, he lost out on trying to convince viewers of his innocence, or so say social media users who saw the program. As video clips…

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America has unwittingly discovered a way to dissect, deconstruct and destroy the images of Black icons: damning documentaries. “Leaving Neverland” and “Surviving R. Kelly” docu-series’ have each been able to accomplish in one day what decades of multiple media reports, multimillion-dollar trials and scores of witness testimonies failed to do: repulse the public. The harrowing…

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