There have been serious repercussions of the documentary as an Australian radio station joined three in Canada and two in New Zealand to pull out MJ songs, and Manchester's National Football Museum removed his statue.
Leaving Neverland is a two-part documentary that includes interviews with two men who say they were molested by Jackson as children at his Neverland ranch. Meanwhile, the BBC denied to Variety that it had banned Jackson's music after the Times of London reported that the British broadcasting giant had "quietly dropped" Jackson from their playlists ahead of Leaving Neverland's release.
This is when all broadcasters are moving to act in-between all this pressure from the listeners who have seen the documentary that has torn apart Michael Jackson's grand legacy.
A spokesperson for the museum told Prolific North that plans had been underway for a "number of months" to remove the statue, but it was taken off public view earlier this week.
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The daughter of the late Billie Jean singer, 20, remains on his side amid the televised allegations from his accusers, Wade Robson and James Safechuck, as well as many of their relatives, the source told the magazine.
In the United Kingdom, where Channel 4 aired the first part of the documentary Wednesday night, the BBC denied reported it would stop playing Jackson's songs, Variety reported. The family also said in their statement that "Michael was subjected to a thorough investigation which included a surprise raid of Neverland and other properties as well as a jury trial where Michael was found to be COMPLETELY INNOCENT". He was of course a high-profile figure whose work still entertains millions of people but who was previously accused of child sex abuse. "It's like a scourge on humanity", she said. The Jackson estate has filed a $100 million lawsuit against the network.
Allegations of sexual abuse shadowed Jackson throughout much of his adult life, but he was acquitted on child molestation charges in 2005 and died four years later. "Fondling, touching, my entire body and my penis", he said.
The protest is connected to a large-scale campaign to maintain Jackson's innocence.