Michael Jackson’s Family Slams “Leaving Neverland” Documentary
According to Variety, After Neverland will premier on the OWN Network and HBO on Monday (March 4th), following the airing of the two part Leaving Neverland documentary as she speaks to Wade Robson and James Safechuck along with the director Dan Reed in front of sexual abuse survivors.
Not everyone is happy about the documentary as Michael's family criticized the documentary saying it's money driven.
Michael's family has spoken out against the documentary and Michael's estate is filing a $100 million dollar suit for planning to air the doc in the first place, saying that the network has violated an alleged non-disparagement clause from 1992 per Vanity Fair.
Taj Jackson, Michael's nephew claims the documentary has always been money driven.
It's always been about money. I hate to say it when it's my uncle, but it's almost like they see a blank check. These people felt that they're owed something. You know, instead of working for something, they blame everything on my uncle.
Jackie Jackson also added as Michael's older brother he knows him and what he stood for. Michael was known for bringing the world together and making kids happy.
Leaving Neverland will air March 3rd and 4th on HBO.