New evidence of Michael Jackson‘s sexual assault and abuse of young boys is reportedly revealing a new documentary, which is now world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival.
The four-hour documentary “Leaving Neverland” is reportedly recording how the ten-year-old James Sieckschach and the seven-year-old Wade Robson became friends with the singer and received sexual assaults.
Indeed, Wade had filed a claim against Michael Jackson Estate in 2016 claiming $ 1.62 billion as compensation, arguing that Jackson had raped him from the age of seven to the age of 14.
The film, which will be screened in strictly safe ways, besides interviews with adults now, Sheffield and Robson and their relatives, includes elements gathered by cinematographer Dan Ried and his colleagues during their King’s of Pop research.
Jackson had faced several accusations of sexual abuse during his career, but documentary actors claim they are now showing irrefutable proofs. Representatives of “Michael Jackson Estate” for their part talk about a vulgar exploitation attempt to profit: “This is another vulgar production in an outrageous and pitiless attempt to exploit the name of Michael Jackson.”
The title of the documentary refers to the Neverland ranch in California, where Michael Jackson lived from 1988 to 2003. Police raided this ranch in 2003 in a search for complaints that Jackson had sexually abused a 13-year-old. Two years later Michael Jackson was acquitted of charges in a lawsuit that caused world interest. Jackson died in 2009 at the age of 50 from an overdose of propofol.