Michael Jackson Getting His Own “Surviving R. Kelly” Special

January 14, 2019 | celebrity | Elliot Wolf | 0 Comments

Don’t, for a second, believe that just because Ariel Winter lost weight that all is right in the world again. R. Kelly is still at large and Michael Jackson is channeling his displeasure from the afterlife after finding out about the new documentary entitled “Leaving Neverland.” It’s looking like it’s officially sexual abuse survivor documentary season folks. But only if your name is big enough for some besmirching. If the creepy uncle that tickled you too close to your no-no spot didn’t have a hit album, sorry not sorry, no docuseries for you buddy. Two boys that Mike allegedly managed to touch are banding together for a class action secret spilling on the ass action Jackson was getting from them when they were age 10 and under.

Michael Jackson‘s estate slammed a documentary about two of his sexual abuse accusers as a “pathetic attempt to exploit and cash in.”

The film “Leaving Neverland,” which will premiere at the Sundance Film Festival later this month, tells the story of two men, now in their 30s, who had long-running relationships with the King of Pop at ages 7 and 10.

“This so-called ‘documentary’ is just another rehash of dated and discredited allegations. It’s baffling why any credible filmmaker would involve himself with this project,” the statement said.

I’m now curious as to all of the other abuse documentaries that are in the pipeline. “Holding Onto Life After Huxtable,” “Staying Strong After Weinstein Schlong,” “I Lived Through a Louis C.K. Encounter.” We’re going to be here a long time if the actions of all celebrities over their lifetime are eligible for review and a Lifetime special.

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