Michael Jackson's Daughter Paris Afraid "Leaving Neverland" Will Affect Career

Michael Jackson Michael Jackson Concert Los Angeles America- 19 Jun 1992

Michael Jackson Michael Jackson Concert Los Angeles America- 19 Jun 1992

Some radio stations in Canada and the Netherlands stopped playing Michael Jackson's music and fans bombarded Oprah Winfrey with hateful messages after the broadcast of a documentary about alleged child abuse by the late singer.

Safechuck also said that Jackson told him that if he was caught, they would both face consequences, saying, "Michael drilled in you, 'If you're caught, we're caught, your life is over, my life is over.' It's repeated over and over again, it's drilled into your nervous system".

Paris Jackson has been building an acting career and despite her talent in the field, she reportedly believes that the allegations made in Leaving Neverland will derail her rise.

While Oprah Winfrey hasn't said that she is on Wade Robson's or Jimmy Safechuck's side, it is widely known that Oprah Winfrey is a childhood sexual abuse survivor herself and has spent years and money to help combat the issue. Winfrey pointed out that people need to recognize what she described as the "god"-like position that Jackson occupied until his death in 2009".

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In 2003, Martin Bashir unveiled the documentary Living with Michael Jackson that consisted of eight months worth of interviews compiled into the doc.

Leaving Neverland will be available on TVNZ OnDemand on March 10. The program ran concurrently on Winfrey's OWN cable network. "Leaving Neverland" premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January, garnering strong critical reaction.

"When I testified when I was 11.from the first night on, started training me right away for what ended up happening when I was 11, when I was 22, with the trials", Robson said of Jackson.

Attorneys for Jackson's estate have called the documentary "a one-sided marathon of unvetted propaganda to shamelessly exploit an innocent man no longer here to defend himself". In 1994, he settled a sexual abuse lawsuit concerning another 13 year-old boy. In After Neverland, Robson explained to Winfrey that he had "no understanding" of the abuse when he was testifying.

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