the Film 'Leaving Neverland', where the two men accusing the pop star Michael Jackson of sexual abuse, can now be seen in Denmark.
The controversial film can be streamed on DR TV.
the Film premiered in January at the Sundance Festival, and 25. January was it sent on the the us streaming service HBO.
In the 'Leaving Neverland' is accusing the two american men Wade Robson and James Safechuck Michael Jackson for having abused them sexually at his ranch Neverland, when they were children.
After the premiere, the film has been subjected to massive criticism from Jackson's family and fans.
They believe that the allegations are untrue, and that it is only to make money from Jackson's name.
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In an interview with Jyllands Posten explains the film's director, Dan Reed, that he is sure that Jackson was a pedophile.
- What was he doing in a bed with little boys night after night after night? Please, says Dan Reed.
the Director defends himself against criticism that he has not given enough space to the counterparty in the film.
- As a journalist you will also understand that when you correct the allegations against a person, even the same person answering. Michael Jackson is dead, so he can't answer. Unfortunately, I would have loved to interview him, he says to Jyllands Posten.
the Release of the film has got the estate of Michael Jackson to sagsøg HBO to show the documentary.
the Family refers to an old contract, which according to them is that you are not allowed to degrade Michael Jackson, if you are bringing photos from one of Jackson's concerts.
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Several radio stations have chosen to ban all music from the pop star.
In Australia, the station has Sydney's Nova Entertainment made it, and in New Zealand has the two largest radio stations in the country decided to remove Jackson's music from their playlists.
In Denmark, the DANISH radio has so far refused to withdraw Jackson's music from the radio.
follow the Wall Street Journal, a title of the tv series 'The Simpsons' now also drag a section where Michael Jackson starred, back.
It happens, after the show's producer, James L. Brooks, so the new Michael Jackson documentary in the follow him proves that Michael Jackson behaved like a monster.
In the now proscribed Simpsons-title taught a character, as Jackson does the voice for Homer to moonwalke and sing 'Billie Jean'.
Michael Jackson was in 2005 acquitted of all charges against him in a case of sexual abuse of a 13-year-old boy.
the pop star died 25. June 2009 as a 50-year-old of a drug overdose.
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