7 of the Biggest Bombshells From Oprah Winfrey's After Neverland

7 of the Biggest Bombshells From Oprah Winfrey's After Neverland

The film ahs been both praised and panned for it's unflinching detailing of the abuse accusers Robson and Safechuck allege they suffered at Jackson's Neverland Ranch, as well as for exploring the often complex emotional impact of abuse at the hands of someone so powerful and famous.

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Along with that, he said "I love Michael Jackson, he's one of my favorites in the world". Robson told Winfrey he had already received death threats. "After Neverland", also featured other sexual abuse survivors, like actor Anthony Edwards of "ER". "But for me, this moment transcends Michael Jackson", Winfrey said. "And I still have a lot of work to do".

In 2003, Martin Bashir unveiled the documentary Living with Michael Jackson that consisted of eight months worth of interviews compiled into the doc.

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Reed reiterated that he didn't see any journalistic value in having family members denying the claims when only the then-boys were with him when "the bedroom door closed". The estate is now suing HBO for $100 million (£76 million).

Did you watch Leaving Neverland or Oprah's special After Neverland? The program ran concurrently on Winfrey's OWN cable network.

"When I testified when I was 11.from the first night on, started training me right away for what ended up happening when I was 11, when I was 22, with the trials", Robson said of Jackson. In 1994, he settled a sexual abuse lawsuit concerning another 13 year-old boy.

Opening the program, Winfrey noted that the studio audience had just completed watching "Leaving Neverland", which she described as "an intense and emotional experience for many people here".

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