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Barbra Streisand tells Michael Jackson "shocked" that they were shocked



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March 24, 2019 13:30:52

Barbra Streisand asked himself for the two men who complained about Michael Jackson and his sexual abuse, saying that he should carefully choose his words and admire that the accuser "spoke truthfully".

Key points:

  • Streisand published another apology after the announcement made at The Associated Press
  • Jackson's estate has condemned HBO's Neverland HBO documentary
  • The singer Diana Ross has also taken care of Jackson to show his comments on Twitter

Streisand received a critique extension at London's Times, Jackson's accuser, Wade Robson and James Safechuck, who said they were "fascinated" in the worst "worst case of Neverland". .

After a first statement by The Associated Press, he wanted to clarify his remarks, the superstar of the song, stage and screen was forgiven, he went further.

"I am sorry I think that understanding or misunderstanding caused by Michael Jackson and his victims to take better note of my words," he wrote.

"I did not want these boys to get rid of their agility.

"Like all the inhabitants of sexual assault, they have to take them all for life. I feel deeply in love and I hope that James and Wade really respect and admire."

His remarks went further than statements made earlier, he wrote in his publications, saying that he was "sympathetic" to Mr. Robson and Mr. Safechuck, because he accused him of the terrible horrors they had committed.

In the previous statement he wrote: "To be crystalline, there is no circumstance or circumstance that their innocence should be taken advantage of by anybody."

These questions were published after the extensive interview with The Times.

When asked about Jackson, Streisand said he believed "absolutely": Mr. Robson and Mr. Safechuck believed that they were accused of reporting the HBO documentary presented at the Sundance Film Festival.

Jackson's estate has condemned the movie.

Jackson, who died in 2009, was not found guilty for charges over a 13-year-old boy in 2005.

Streisand was asked about the documentary called "too painful". Then he said that when he learned that Jackson was "very sweet, very baby".

He was asked how he documented a boyfriend with his documentary portrait: "Sexual needs were sexual needs, regardless of any childhood or any existing DNA."

You can say "presumptuous", but these children, as you've heard, were happy to be there. Both are married and have children, so it does not kill them. "

Among the people who retreated to social media, Dan Reed Leaving Neverland wrote the final quotation: "Did you really say that?"

The Times was prompted by Jackson, Streisand said: "It's a combination of feelings, I feel bad for children, I feel bad for him, I guess. I think parents can sleep with him."

Jackson's friends and advisor Diana Ross also attracted Jackson's comments.

"This is my heart this morning," wrote Ross on Twitter.

"I think and trust Michael Jackson and the great power of me and others.

"Stop LOVE NAME".

AP

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arts and entertainment,

music,

music industry,

legal crime and justice,

sexual offense,

movie movies,

United States of America


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