The heirs of the 2009 death of Michael Jackson to turn their indictment of HBO by. The transmitter is the producer of the documentary Leaving Neverland in which two men, the singer’s allegations of sexual abuse.
From documents in the hands of The Blast came, it appears that the heirs of Jackson to the right are stepped on. “Michael Jackson is innocent, period”, reads their statement.
According to the heirs of has HBO in 1992 an agreement with Jackson closed, which it was promised that the network “never something that would broadcast what the reputation and the public image of the artist could damage, disparage, or harm”. They made this appointment, because HBO at the time, Michael Jackson Live In Concert In Bucharest: The Dangerous Tour made and transmitted.
This agreement would be through the deployment of Leaving Neverland to have been infringed, they think they are. The compensation of the inherit requirements, is more than $ 100 million.
The heirs of the Billie Jean singer protesting against the broadcasting of the documentary since the film premiere has gone on the film festival Sundance. They called the profiling of the artist “karaktermoord you in the tabloids would find”.
In a statement let HBO know the documentary in spite of this protest is yet to send out. The transmitter exhibits the two-part series on 3 and 4 march.
Documentary is here march 8 to see
In the documentary Leaving Neverland accusing two men the ‘King of Pop’ of sexual abuse. The two would be in the eighties with Jackson’s friends have been touched for many years by him deceived and abused.
In 2003, there was a raid done at Neverland, the estate of Jackson. There followed a lawsuit in response to reports about the abuse of a thirteen year old boy, but in 2005, the pop star found not guilty of fourteen charges against him.
The documentary Leaving Neverland on Friday evening, march 8, to see at NPO3. VPRO provides the documentary about Michael Jackson and an afterthought that will be led by Janine Abbring.
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