French Jacko fans sue over kiddie abuse doccie ... for €1


French Jacko fans sue over kiddie abuse doccie ... for €1

Enraged fan groups seek symbolic award, saying 'Leaving Neverland' sullies the late singer's image


Michael Jackson fan clubs are set to sue two of his alleged child abuse victims in a French court this week over their claims in the recent HBO documentary Leaving Neverland.

Thursday’s hearing will take place at a court in the northern city of Orleans where the Michael Jackson Community, the MJ Street and On The Line groups will begin proceedings against the men they accuse of sullying the image of the late singer.

The four-hour HBO documentary focuses on testimony by James Safechuck, 41, and Wade Robson, 36, who recount separate but consistent accounts of how their idol molested them as boys at his Neverland Ranch in California...

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