Michael Jackson’s Children Doing Their Own Investigation Into Accusers

Grace Higgins | April 18th, 2019

The documentary ‘Leaving Neverland’ was released on January 25, 2019 to a lot of fanfare. The film raises decades old pedophile allegations against the late singer. His three children, Prince, Paris and Blaket, have remained relatively silent regarding the film and the allegations the film raises. The primary accusers featured in the film, Wade Robson and James Safechuck, claim Jackson molested them when they were children in the 90’s. Both men at one time said Jackson never molested them, they now say they weren’t ready until now, to reveal what really happened.

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‘Page Six’ is reporting that Jackson’s children have hired a private investigator to look into both accusers featured in the film. The Jackson children are trying to find out if Robson and Safech uck were paid to be in the documentary, a source said the children believe the men were paid. The director of the film Dan Reed, has repeatedly denied that the men were paid. Jackson’s oldest child Prince is going to graduate from Loyola Marymount College in May, has initiated the investigation. Sources connected to the children say they are preparing to sue Wade, James and maybe their parents who also appear in the film.

The lawsuit will include damages for fraud, emotional duress, slander, misrepresentation. The children
are not looking for a big payday, They want Robson and Safechuck to apologize and directly address the false claims. They want the two men to accept responsibility for what they have done. If they receive a settlement it will be donated to charity. The children said their privacy was violated by the film because their names are mentioned throughout the film. The investigators have been looking into Robson’s charity, ‘Robson Family Fund’. After the film’s release the charity’s name was changed to, ‘Robson Child Abuse Healing and Prevention Fund.’ The kids think Robson has been profiting heavily off of the film,

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