Los Angeles court defended Michael Jackson’s representatives who were accused of contributing to singer’s sexual violence against children.
Choreographer Wade Robson has accused MJJ Productions and MJJ Ventures of helping the singer’s abuse to him. These companies were involved in financing and promoting Michael Jackson, as well as producing his music and videos. Michael’s brother Randy is currently the head of MJJ Productions.
However, the court dismissed Robson’s claim and ruled that the companies had no way of controlling Jackson because the singer completely owned both companies. Robson’s lawyer said he would appeal the decision.
Wade Robson first filed a lawsuit in 2013. The hero of Leaving Neverland claimed that Michael Jackson committed a sexual assault on him at the age of seven when he was visiting the singer at his estate. According to him, the violence continued for several years. Then the lawsuit was dismissed on the basis of the expiration of the statute of limitations, but the case was reopened in 2020 due to changes in Californian law. Jackson’s lawyers responded by accusing HBO of humiliating human dignity by showing the picture on the screen.
The documentary mini-series “Leaving Neverland” in 2019 was shown by HBO. In it, several people accused the singer of sexual harassment. All the victims were 7 and 10 years old at that time. After the premiere of the picture, the Jackson family filed a lawsuit against its creators. Later, the community of the artist’s fans appealed to the court and said that the authors of the project insult Jackson’s memory. They also noted that unfounded accusations sound in the picture.
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