Michael Jackson documentary Leaving Neverland branded 'c**p' by James Bulger's mum who 'doesn't believe a single word'

The two part doc, which aired on Channel 4 last night, lays bare disturbing claims by Wade Robson and James Safechuck that Jacko abused them when they were children until they reached puberty.



Denise Fergus, the mother of murdered two-year-old James Bulger, took to Twitter to give her verdict on the claims made in the Jackson documentary.

She said: “Just watched Michael Jackson leaving Neverland can honestly say don't believe a single word.

“Just look at the reactions of their faces, tells a different story to what they are accusing him of , so hope people don't believe this c**p."

Her negative appraisal of Leaving Neverland follows her horror at an Oscar nominated drama Detainment which is a short film about the murder of her child.

Just look at the reactions of their faces… tells a different story to what they are accusing him of

Denise said she was "disgusted" that a film about her son's brutal murder has now been nominated for an Oscar.

She tweeted after the announcement: "I cannot express how disgusted and upset I am at this so called film that has been made and now nominated for an Oscar.

"It's one thing making a film like this without contacting or getting permission from James' family but another to have a child reenact the final hours of James' life before he was brutally murdered and making myself and my family have to relive this all over again!”

Allegations of sexual abuse shadowed Jackson throughout much of his adult life, and he was acquitted on child molestation charges in 2005.
Michael Jackson died of a drugs overdose in 2009.

The second part of Leaving Neverland airs on Channel 4 on Thursday March 7 at 9pm.

Jackson, who died in 2009 of a drug overdose, strongly denied all allegations of sexual abuse made against him.

His estate has vehemently denounced the documentary claiming it is one-sided.

It attacks the credibility of Robson and Safechuck, as well as the filmmaker for not including other voices who knew Jackson.

But there's been no evidence of major damage to Jackson's estate or his music because of the new documentary.













 

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