Sundance Will Screen a Documentary Examining Michael Jackson's Alleged Child Molestation

Another documentary will study Michael Jackson’s alleged sexual molestation two kids, ten years after his tragic passing.

Alongside Lifetime’s profitable airing six-part docuseries Surviving R. Kelly, one other controversial documentary can be effervescent.

Now, the Sundance Film Festival has added the world premiere that documentary to its lineup.

Investigating the late King Pop.

Leaving Neverland will heart across the sexual abuse allegations towards Michael Jackson.

The documentary describes how the late pop singer reportedly began a relationship with two younger boys – aged 7 and 10 – together with their households.  He had achieved this “on the peak his fame.”  Both victims, now of their 30s, spoke out towards Jackson, claiming he had sexually abused them.  It allegedly took them a few years to return to phrases with what had occurred.

Speaking out towards the current allegations, the Michael Jackson property stated,

The property maintains that Jackson is totally harmless.

During his profession, Jackson had confronted a number of baby sexual abuse allegations.  In 2003, legislation enforcement ficials raided Neverland Ranch, his residence.  A 13-year-old boy had accused the pop singer molestation.  A jury finally acquitted Jackson 14 prison counts at a state courtroom in 2005.

Jackson handed away unexpectedly in 2009, the sufferer a cardiac arrest and acute propol and benzodiazepine intoxication.

At Sundance, Leaving Neverland will display screen within the particular occasion class in two components.  Following the screening, the filmmakers will maintain a Q&A occasion.

The synopsis reads,

Dan Reed produced and directed Leaving Neverland.  His credit embody HBO’s Terror and The Paedophile Hunter, docudrama Shooters, a battle documentary The Valley, and From Russia With Cash.


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