Leaving Neverland: Paris Jackson breaks silence on documentary

- 3/16/2019
Finally, Michael Jackson's daughter Paris Jackson has broken her silence about the shocking HBO documentary, Leaving Neverland.

Responding to the explosive scandal via a series of Tweets, the model and actress replied to a user who wrote that she believed the recent negative press coverage was all a ploy to get Paris to comment on the newest allegations of Michael Jackson’s wrongdoings. Although Paris is clearly devastated, her responses were clear and concise. She seemed totally in control.

A big blow. Despite having the most to lose financially in the wake of the documentary — inheriting her late father’s 1.5 billion estate upon his death with her two brothers Prince and Blanket — she revealed that the  money is of little importance to her.

Paris Jackson's  reaction to Father Michael Jackson's Leaving Neverland film

"there’s nothing i can say that hasn’t already been said in regards to defense. taj is doing a perfect job on his own. and i support him. but that’s not my role. i’m just tryna get everyone to chill out and go with the flow, be mellow and think about the bigger picture. that’s me."

The other half of the King of Pop’s estate went to his mother Katherine Jackson, who was also named the guardian for his three children, even though their mother Debbie Rowe is still alive.

A legal battle with Leaving Neverland show co-producers HBO is underway. The estate is looked after by John Blanca and John McClain, both of whom are currently dealing with the $100 million lawsuit with HBO.
Leaving Neverland documentary Michael Jackson
Michael Jackson accuser Wade Robson(left) with Leaving Neverland producer Dan Reed(Center)

Paris remarked on the media's fixation on clicks and money, which led them to create this sensational piece of film, and caused various top tabloids to carry defamatory story after story of the late king of Pop.

"they say money is what makes the world go ‘round.. but money is just energy.. and the reason it’s #1 is because that’s the focus of the collective conciousness. imagine if we all focused on love instead?? if that was our mutual frequency?? "

Throughout the second instalment of the documentary, Australian choreographer Wade Robson claimed that only a few days after Jackson paid millions to settle a case amid claims of sexual assault and child molestation, the singer invited Mr Robson and his family to his secluded Santa Barbara estate.

While there, Mr Robson alleged he was molested by Jackson, even though he had testified otherwise.

Michael Jackson Superfans have continued to support him even as the media stories get uglier and more bizarre. The circus goes on and on.
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