Michael Jackson – Old Video Of Him Being Questioned About Child Molestation Surfaces, Singer Awkwardly Giggles
New video has surfaced in the 1996 deposition from Michael Jackson’s sexual molestation case in a new documentary called, Leaving Neverland. In the new video posted by the Daily Mail, the King of Pop my turn some fans off by his response in the footage. The video is set in Jackson’s famous Neverland ranch that will detail his personal life.
During the beginning of the new surfaced video, the singer is seen laughing hysterically before answering question about the abuse of young boys. Jackson is seen squirming and uncomfortably moving in his seat as he was deposed by an attorney over allegations against two of his regular visitors, according to reports. See the footage below.
As previously reported, Michael’s brother, Jermaine Jackson explained the late singer’s slumber parties. He stated,
Let me interject. Those were slumber parties and what they didn’t tell you was, there were little girls there, even with their parents, their uncles, and it was sitting down watching movies. During the time, I believe he was instructed by one of his legal teams to do that, and that’s why everybody is coming forward now. I will say this: even when that settlement happened, the father killed himself because of guilt, and then the kid said Michael never touched him.
Check out a clip of the Leaving Neverland documentary below.
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