Paris Jackson, the only daughter of Michael Jackson, is said to be feeling very diverged on what she believes about the allegations encompassing her father because of the new documentary, Leaving Neverland.
She is torn over defending her late father and sympathizing his accusers, James Safechuck and Wade Robson, after they described the alleged sexual abused they experienced at the hands of the famous singer for years in the documentary, according to Radar Online.
“Out of all of her siblings, Paris was old enough to remember what was going on back then whether she would like to admit it or not. She remembers her father and she remembers these boys that he would spend time with,” a source said.
“Paris has seen the documentary and she doesn’t know what to believe anymore. She tried to get her siblings not to watch it and was told that they should all really avoid seeing it, but she couldn’t avoid it. She watched the film prior to her entering rehab because she demanded to see it before the world did,” the insider added.
The Leaving Neverland had everyone who watched buzzing. Michael Jackson’s loyal fans defended him while others talked about banning his music after the allegations made in the movie.
The King of Pop’s brothers, Marlon, Tito, and Jackie, and his nephew Taj, had an interview where they defended him against the allegations made by James Safechuck and Wade Robson.
The singer’s family was asked how Paris and her brothers, Blanket and Prince, were doing in the wake of the allegations and the documentary.
Jackie said the kids can’t believe it, especially since they have been close to Wade in the past.
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