The Michael Jackson Estate and his family are very upset about HBO’s upcoming documentary “Leaving Neverland,” and they are still fighting to keep it off the air. In a newly released letter, the Estate calls the doc “disgraceful,” and tries to get HBO execs to get together with them for a meeting so they can discredit the two alleged victims profiled in the doc, Wade Robison and James Safechuck. The Estate argues that the director Dan Reed never met with anyone from their side “to provide the Estate’s views on, and responses to, the absolutely false claims that are the subject matter of the program.” The also add, “no one else who might offer evidence to contradict the program’s premise was consulted either, as Dan Reed has publicly admitted.” But the letter doesn’t seem to have swayed HBO against airing the doc. “Our plans remain unchanged. The two-part documentary, “Leaving Neverland, will air as scheduled on Sunday, March 3rd and Monday, March 4 th ,” the network said in a statement. “Dan Reed is an award-winning filmmaker who has carefully documented these survivors’ accounts. People should reserve judgment until they see the film.” Will you watch the documentary when it airs next month. I admit that I will. I feel like by watching I will be able to make up my own mind about the situation. What about you? Let me know on the TRY Facebook page.
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