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New Jackson documentary on its way

the Documentary 'Leaving Neverland' has not surprisingly hit the family Jackson hard. Especially popikonets children is the mark of the allegations about th

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New Jackson documentary on its way

the Documentary 'Leaving Neverland' has not surprisingly hit the family Jackson hard.

Especially popikonets children is the mark of the allegations about their father again and again should have committed offences against small boys. It tells of Michael Jackson's 45-year-old nephew, Taj Jackson in an interview with NME.

Here he says also, that no one in the family Jackson have been asked whether they will participate in 'Leaving Neverland', where Wade Robson and James Safechuck are giving their version of their childhood as a close friend to Michael Jackson. It amazes Taj Jackson, who now will make his own documentary about the alleged abuse.

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- It will start with the allegations from 1993, because I think it is here, where everything started. It will act on the settlement reached in the civil trial, and why he settled, says Taj Jackson and continues.

- It is about to reveal all the things that have been talked about the last 20-30 years, he says, and assures that the documentary will be made out from the facts.

Taj Jackson will make a documentary about Michael Jackson. Photo: AP
As stated at the end of 'Leaving Neverland', it was just in 1993 that the allegations made against Jackson started when Jordy Chandler and his family came with the first accusations of abuse. The case ended with settlement and cash settlement to the boy's parents.

For Taj Jackson will drømmescenariet be to get Jordy Chandler to participate in the documentary.

- It would be an honor, for it was his father, it got him to the (to accuse Jackson, ed.) He would not, and he said initially that nothing happened, says Taj Jackson, among others, for the NME.

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'Leaving Neverland' has in recent weeks been fiercely discussed around the world. The documentary contains no evidence, however, based on interviews with James Safechuck and Wade Robson and their families.

as late as in 2005 defended Wade Robson Michael Jackson and was with to get him acquitted.

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