“Leaving Neverland” is a documentary that will premiere at this year’s Sundance Film Festival 2019 and accuses Michael Jackson of having sexually assaulted two young boys.
In the documentary case, he states: “At the height of his glory, Michael Jackson began long-term relationships with two boys, ages 7 and 10, and their families. Now, in their 30s, they tell the story of how they were sexually assaulted by Jackson and how they managed to manage it after so many years. “
The documentary is divided into two parts, it has a total duration of 233 minutes and is named after the famous ranch of singer in California and will be screened as part of the Special Events category. Directed and produced by Dan Ried, who has previously edited the “Pedophile Hunters” and “Three Days of Terror: The Charlie Hebdo Attacks” documentaries.
It is currently not known whether the accusations against Michael Jackson will be the focus of the documentary affair and who will show up, as in the past several have been talking about sexual abuse. As Wrap notes, the two brothers who accused Jackson of abuse during a trial in 2005 are now only 20 years old.
Choreographer Wayne Robson, 36, today, filed a suit for sexual harassment against Jackson in 2013, claiming he was harassed when he was seven years old. His claims were rejected in December 2017. At the same time, there is a photograph of Jackson and Robson on Dan Ried’s Amos Pictures, which many considered proof that the second would appear in the documentary.
Neverland’s spokesman declined the charges again. “Another production in an outrageous and sad attempt to exploit Michael Jackson,” he said.