Michael Jackson fans club will take legal action against two victims who allegedly sexually abused the Music King MJ by a documentary exposition at HBO, titled ‘Leaving Neverland’.
Hearing sessions will be held Thursday in court here in proceedings involving the Michael Jackson Community, MJ Street and On The Line.
Michael Jackson’s fans club decided to file a lawsuit against James Safechuck, 41 and Wade Robson for allegedly defaming Jackson’s goodwill.
The four-hour documentary in HBO focused on testimony by Safechuck and Robson, who claimed to have been blamed for the King of Pop when he was in his mansion, Neverland Ranch in California.
The two-part films released last March broke the record and pushed Jackson’s family to file a sum of 88 million euros.
French lawyer representing the Michael Jackson’s fans club, Emmanuel Ludot described the claims of the two men as very serious and likened their actions to Jackson with an attempt to punish without justice.
Under French law, dropping an image of a dead person is a mistake, unlike in Britain or the United States (US).
Earlier, Ludot filed a lawsuit against Jackson’s doctor, Conrad Murray for causing a deep sadness over the singer’s fans when giving a drug to the legendary pop star of the US to murder his life.
A large number of radio stations from Australia to Canada stopped the Jackson song after the documentary appeared and the animated creator of The Simpsons also abolished a classic series episode for using a late voice.
Jackson died in 2009 when he was 50 due to excessive drug use while under Murray’s custody for a rehearsal session in Los Angeles, in preparation for a concert that was supposed to be held in London.
Michael Jackson, an American singer, songwriter, and dancer. Dubbed the “King of Pop“, he is regarded as one of the most significant cultural figures of the 20th century and one of the greatest entertainers. Jackson’s contributions to music, dance, and fashion, along with his publicized personal life, made him a global figure in popular culture for over four decades.
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