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The pop star wrote in her upcoming memoir that the “SexyBack” singer was also unfaithful to her with "another celebrity."
A California appeals court has revived lawsuits from two men who allege Michael Jackson sexually abused them when they were boys.
The suits were filed after Jackson's 2009 death by Wade Robson in 2013 and James Safechuck the following year.
A Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge found that James Safechuck could not sue two corporations owned by Jackson because he had not demonstrated that he had a relationship with the corporations that would have required them to protect him from Jackson.
“To be crystal clear, there is no situation or circumstance where it is OK for the innocence of children to be taken advantage of by anyone."
There’s a lot to unpack and learn from James Safechuck’s and Wade Robson’s sexual abuse allegations against Michael Jackson in the new HBO doc.
We worked through some of the unanswered questions raised by the new HBO documentary about Michael Jackson's alleged pedophilia.
The documentary, which premiered Sunday on HBO, focuses on accounts from two of the singer’s accusers.
Featured in HBO's "Leaving Neverland," Robson worked with Britney Spears and *NSYNC, and has won two Emmys.
“It’s such a difficult thing to do, to come out. You have to do it when you’re ready," said accuser James Safechuck, who is featured in HBO's "Leaving Neverland."