The documentary "Leaving Neverland" presented a disturbing depiction of Michael Jackson as a child molester, but the initial wave of negative publicity hasn't greatly diminished the King of Pop's image or the enduring popularity of his music. There's been no rescinding honors like has happened to Bill Cosby and Harvey Weinstein, or mass movements to stop playing Jackson's music, as R&B singer R. Kelly has faced. "He still commands prices compared to most any other celebrity," said Darren Julien, president and CEO of the Culver City, California-based Julien's Auctions.
UPDATED, 9:55 AM: A federal judge in the lawsuit against HBO over its documentary Leaving Neverland has denied the Michael Jackson estate's motion for immediate arbitration. The family had been trying to have the case be decided by the American Arbitration Association and to have it sent back to state court, but U.S. District Court Judge George […]
Winfrey responded to the backlash she received after her interview about allegations against Michael Jackson.
The Jackson family has unveiled a counter-documentary in response to Leaving Neverland, which has brought with it new allegations of sexual abuse against the late Michael Jackson.
A reply by Reed to a tweet made some believe he was admitting his documentary published incorrect information.
The show, which is staged at the Lyric Theatre in London and is now in its 11th year, will run until April next year, it's been confirmed.
Dan Reed, the director behind Michael Jackson documentary Leaving Neverland, has been challenged on the accuracy of his film by one of the singer's biographers.
After the release of the documentary Leaving Neverland, several artists, institutions and radio stations are wrestling with a difficult question: should his music still be played?
Al Jean, the longtime show-runner of The Simpsons, has said that he thinks Michael Jackson may have used his starring role on the show to groom young boys.
Footage has resurfaced of Michael Jackson buying “rings,” supposedly with James Safechuck when he was a young boy. Footage of Michael Jackson shopping for jewelry and toys with a young boy has reemerged. The news story from 1989 shows Jackson and a boy — presumably James Safechuck, one of the accusers who spoke out in Leaving Neverland — shopping in California.
There’s been no end to public outcry ever since HBO’s “Leaving Neverland” premiered at Sundance Film Festival in January. The painful two-part HBO documentary, which details the alleged sexual abuse that two men endured from Jackson, has resulted in a variety of responses. Many have condemned Jackson’s actions and taken steps to disassociate with the […]
In Leaving Neverland, the controversial documentary about Michael Jackson’s alleged sexual abuse of young boys, Wade Robson and James Safechuck describe being “pushed out” of Jackson’s affections after a few years.
Corey Feldman has re-assessed his defence of Michael Jackson, after initially supporting the late singer in the face of sexual abuse allegations.
If you expect Paris Jackson to react to the Leaving Neverland documentary by screaming, yelling and making a fuss, you've got it wrong.
The makers of The Simpsons have removed the episode featuring Michael Jackson from broadcast, following the allegations of sexual abuse in the documentary Leaving Neverland.