WHOA! You may have already heard HBO is releasing a documentary on Sunday, Leaving Neverland, regarding iconic pop star, Michael Jackson's alleged pedophilia. The documentary is told from the perspective of Jackson's previous accusers, Wade Robson and James Safechuck. Many are unsure if they will trust the stories from the two men, who we're young boys when the alleged sexual misconduct occurred, but that may change after their one-on-one interviews with Oprah Winfrey airs on Monday. Yes, I said Oprah!
According to Page Six, Winfrey will indeed have the first exclusive interviews with Robson and Safechuck in a special airing on HBO Monday evening. No other details have been revealed besides she's having a conversation with them. But, who can deny the best person to interview them is Winfrey! I'm going to be on the edge of my seat waiting to watch her across from the duo, who have previously supported claims Jackson is not an child sex offender. With Hollywood overflowing with, and rightfully so, plenty of #MeToo stories, including child sex abuse from stars such as Jeff Epstein and Bryan Singer, this Jackson documentary is going to be ground breaking. Are you planning on tuning in?
It's important to note Jackson's family and camp vehemently deny the allegations of his involvement in any sexual misconduct with children.
h/t: Page Six