Paris Jackson Is Left To Defend Her Father’s Legacy After Leaving Neverland Premieres

Paris Jackson Is Left To Defend

“Leaving Neverland” has caused tremendous turmoil regarding the legacy of Michael Jackson.

The documentary “Leaving Neverland” highlights several accusations of sexually abused minors. Two alleged victims Wade Robson, and James Safechuck explains there story throughout the documentary. However, MJ’s daughter Paris, believes her late father is innocent. She has no plans on watching the documentary.

Paris Jackson Leaving Neverland Debacle

2019 has been a rough start for the superstar daughter. When Paris was fresh out of rehab, she heard about the documentary and had to defend her father’s legacy. She also has concerns that the production will scare away film producers from her work in the future. A source close to her had this to say:

“She was in a movie last year but believes the documentary is already scaring directors away because the abuse her father is accused of may put moviegoers off her,”

It is  public knowledge that Jackson did not receive an invitation to the premiere of the film that took place on January 25th. Therefore,  things became convincingly worse after Oprah decided to interview the alleged victims directly after “Leaving Neverland”. Fans even became angry at the late singer died nearly a decade ago, and cannot defend himself.

Should Paris Jackson defend her Dad’s honor? Are you still a loyal fan? Leave your comments below, and stay tuned to Hypefresh.co.

 

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