A sibling of the world’s biggest popstar would seem to have very easy going life. After taking a look at Janet Jackson you might have a different take on that thought. Michael Jackson’s sister has finally spilled the tea on the past allegations on her father.
The upcoming Lifetime project Janet Jackson features never-before-seen home videos as well as interviews with the singer herself. Janet talks about dealing with family tragedies, such the death of her brother Michael Jackson, etc. She also addresses the child sexual abuse allegations made against him which he had always denied.
Janet guarded her private life over the years. When asked in the trailer why she chose to speak out now, the 55-year-old replied: “It’s just something that needs to be done.” The documentary, which also sees the singer serve as an executive producer, features interviews by several of Janet’s celebrity friends, including Samuel L Jackson, Whoopi Goldberg, Mariah Carey, Tyler Perry, Paula Abdul, Missy Elliott, Regina King and Janelle Monáe.
In the 2005 trial, Michael was acquitted of charges of molesting a 13-year-old boy. n 1993, police investigated the singer over allegations of sexually abusing a different 13-year-old boy and found no evidence. A year later, he and the teen’s family reached a settlement.
Several years after Michael’s death at age 50 in 2009, two other accusers filed and lost lawsuits against his estate over alleged past child sexual abuse by the star. They later opened up about their alleged experience with Michael in the 2019 HBO documentary Leaving Neverland. The Jackson family have always denied such allegations that came after them.
People would be waiting for the documentary to be released since this might answer many questions that has been there surrounding Michael Jackson. This eye-opening video will hopefully bring light to the mysteries and put an end to the speculations and allegations with concrete proofs.
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