The documentary ‘Leaving Neverland’, in which Michael is accused of child abuse, created a gap of division between fans, but also between his family. Where the rest of the Jacksons very vocal has been about the innocence of the King of Pop, remains Janet is surprisingly quiet.also Read Shocking discovery: the kooky pornocollectie of Michael Jackson delves
“There are heated discussions within the family about her lack of commitment”, says insiders. “The documentary will also have a major impact on the legacy of Michael, and the family wants to do everything to limit the damage.”Icy silence
“Everyone wanted Janet a statement would be releasing over the innocence of her brother, and the unacceptability of the documentary, but she refuses invariably to him to defend. How hard the others she is also trying to convince, she stays silent. Janet has her career and her family always as two separate things,” what it sounds like. “But this is a very striking choice. Her silence speaks volumes...”
James Safechuck and Wade Robson speak in ‘Leaving Neverland’ about the alleged sexual abuse that Michael was engaging in. Their testimonials have a major impact on the public opinion about the pop star. Michaels daughter, Paris, had on Twitter know that “nothing her father from his pedestal could bumping”, but that is becoming less and less sure, now, various radio and tv stations refuse to use his music to send out.“Criminal”
and Then there is his other sister, LaToya, is always the black sheep of the family. A video of her from 1993 is now back in the round. During a press conference said they convinced: “I love you very much my brother, but I don't want to complicit in his crimes against small children.” She believes even evidence to have given for his debt. “I have checks with huge amounts to people to buy. What 35-year-old man brings thirty days in a room with a little boy?”
Latoya also claimed themselves abused by their father, Joe Jackson. A man that Michael also absolutely not a good band. Latoya pulled her sayings, when she later reconciled with her family. Her violent ex had her forced Michael to blame, she thought. But after seeing ‘Leaving Neverland’, you look with other eyes to the old images. Especially now that Safechuck and Robson in detail have explained how great the psychological pressure was to the secret of Michael to keep, and the threats that they were told if they had the impression that there was not on his side.