“Leaving Neverland” Accusers better lawyer up, since Michael Jackson’s Kids are planning to sue!
Michael Jackson kids Michael Jackson Jr., Paris, and Prince Michael Jackson II are thinking about taking Wade Robson and James Safechuck to court for fraud. Read on…
CelebNMusic247.com reports that Michael Jackson’s kid is ready to SLAP the “Leaving Neverland” accusers Wade Robson and James Safechuck to court for fraud, emotional distress, slander, and misrepresentation.
Michael Jackson’s accusers, Wade Robson, and James Safechuck could be hit with a lawsuit after Leaving Neverland aired. Now his kids Michael Jackson Jr., Paris, and Prince Michael Jackson II are fighting back for their dad who can’t defend himself.
Page Six reports:
Jackson’s three Jackson kids are considering legal action against their father’s accusers.
A source close to the Jackson family told the publication that Michael Jackson Jr., Paris, and Prince Michael Jackson II are thinking about taking Wade Robson and James Safechuck to court for fraud, emotional distress, slander, and misrepresentation.
The Jackson kids aren’t seeking any monetary gain from the suit but they do want Robson and Safechuck to take “responsibility” and deliver an “apology.”
In addition, the source said any sort of money they get from the suit would be donated to a charitable cause.
The source revealed:
It’s very important to them they carry forward [their father’s] legacy of philanthropy and humility.
The Jackson estate’s previously slammed the documentary, claiming the accusers weren’t “telling the truth.”
The singer’s estate filed a lawsuit against HBO for breach of contract. They’re seeking $100M from the company.
The Jackson estate attorney said in a statement to HBO:
HBO and the director were well aware of their financial motives and that ample opposing facts are available from numerous sources but made the unconscionable decision to bury any evidence casting doubt on their chosen narrative. Had they made an objective film it would have allowed viewers to make up their own minds about these allegations, instead of having a television network dictate to them that they must accept these false claims about Michael Jackson.