Michael Jackson's Leaving Neverland accusers allowed to pursue sexual abuse claims against singer's companies
A California appeals court ruled that Michael Jackson's accusers who appeared in Leaving Neverland could pursue their claims because of a change in California law.
Michael Jackson's sister Janet says his legacy will continue to live on: Love it when I see kids emulating him
Janet Jackson maintained silence on the controversial Leaving Neverland documentary, which focuses on sex abuse allegations against Michael Jackson
Barbra Streisand apologises for remarks on Michael Jackson accusers: 'Didn't mean to dismiss their trauma'
Barbra Streisand apologized for her remarks about Michael Jackson's accusers, saying that she should have chosen her words more carefully and that she admires them for 'speaking their truth.'
Barbra Streisand believes accounts of Michael Jackson's accusers, but sparks outrage for her 'It didn't kill them' comment
Barbra Streisand says that on the occasions she met Jackson, he was “very sweet, very childlike.”
Paris Jackson refuses to comment on Leaving Neverland: 'Not my role' to defend father Michael Jackson
Paris Jackson said that she does not want to comment on HBO's explosive documentary on Michael Jackson, Leaving Neverland saying that she has nothing more to say than that hasn't already been said in regards to his defense.
Leaving Neverland: It is time to re-examine Michael Jackson's music, and the art of every perpetrator
Titled Leaving Neverland, the documentary tells the harrowing account of James Safechuck and Wade Robson, two former friends of Michael Jackson, and how they were sexually abused, repeatedly, by the "pop god" when they were just kids.
Filings by Safechuck's attorneys alleged that Michael Jackson, who died in 2009, "brainwashed" the youngster into believing the abuses were "acts of love."