Michael Jackson's Estate Suing HBO For $100m Over The Controversy "Leaving Neverland"

Mina Muzumdar |Mar 11, 2019

HBO’s latest documentary ‘Leaving Neverland’ faces legal trouble after disclosing Michael dark side life.

Michael Jackson’s estate is now bringing legal charges against HBO over HBO’s controversy documentary Leaving Neverland which involves the singer child sexual molestation accusations.

According to the estate, HBO is violating their non-disparagement clause in the 1992 contract. Reportedly, HBO signed the contract which prevents them from maligning the singer in future projects when the American channel premiered Michael Jackson’s tour in Bucharest: The Dangerous Tour.



HBO, however, clarified their standing, said the claim couldn’t change their decision on bringing Leaving Neverland out into open.


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Leaving Neverland centers around Michael Jackson’s controversial life and child sexual abuse allegations leveled by Wade Robson and James Safechuck. The film was premiered at the Sundance film festival last month and has spearheaded a controversy around the documentary.

“We can’t change what happened to us. The feeling is what can we do with that now,” Wade Robson said in a statement. Not only making noise since making a release announcement but Leaving Neverland also came under heavy flak by Michael Jackson’s loyal fans from all around the world.


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