The forthcoming HBO documentary data gives details of two allegations of men of sexual abuse against the pop star
Michael Jackson, Brandi, was one of the men who appeared in the new document Leaving Neverland She is her old boyfriend.
The film tells four times a story of two men – Wade Robson and James Safechuck – who demand the pop star who has been sexually abused in the 90s. The two men took a civil line against the Jackson Estate after the death of Jackson, but judged in 2017 by a judge who responded that the Estate could not be liable for the singer's behavior.
The Jackson family sent the information program to statements already issued by its estate calling it "sad" and "one-way sensationalist program". Brandi Jackson has now taken Twitter to share his feelings about Robson.
"Tea Time," she started on the series, indicating that Robson had dated "for seven years." She also claimed that Jackson was introduced.
Brandi said Robson was "always trying to be" relevant "." "These bridges are burned that you are the only one when you're buying my family's name near you. It's time to stop these lives and live your life." She also made a picture of herself and Robson as children with Jackson.
Leaving Neverland He will be on the United Kingdom on Channel 4 on March 6 and 7. The broadcaster has recently released a statement to defend his decision to show the information program, saying: "Channel 4 audiences will make their own judgments about evidence The two victims interviewed in the movie.
Director Dan Reed responded to the menu by arguing that Jackson is not the information program, but because of "how sexual abuse occurs and then how the consequences play out later in life."
The film was being presented at the Sundance Film Festival last month, with an audience describing it as "sadly upset". Subscribe the mental health advisers festival to talk to audience members who liked or affected the movie.