The singer, Barbra Streisand, apologized if he was sympathetic to Michael Jackson because he criticized him for accusations against the child's charges.
Streisand stated in The Times that he believed that the late anti-Superstar allegations were made, but said his actions were "not" against the accused.
He later wrote on Instagram, "he felt strictly because of pain or misunderstanding".
Jackson's brothers have denied that singers have sex with rape.
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The accusations have been found in a new documentary documentary by Wade Robson and James Safechuck: Wade Robson and James Safechuck, who appeared hundreds of times between seven and ten years.
Asked if he thought that Mr. Robson and Mr. Safechuck believed, Streisand did "absolutely".
But he continued: "Their sexual needs were sexual needs, from any childhood or any other DNA.
"You can say suspects, but these children, as you've heard [Robson and Safechuck]They were happy to be there. Both are married and both have children; so he does not die. "
Streisand felt bad for his children and Jacksons, adding: "I think parents are guilty of having their own children sleeping with her."
- Complete interview with The Times with Streisand (paywall)
He later stated that the parents of two young men "fascinated fame and fantasy".
"To be clear, there is no state or situation that is beneficial for anyone's innocence to take advantage of children," he says.
He also wrote in a social media post that "he did not want to eliminate pain at all".
The initial comments of The Times reacted to the social media.
The allegations of Jackson's child abuse were reported prior to his death in 2009.
In 2003, the police investigated claims that he attacked his Neverland Ranch in California and a 13-year-old boy. He charged all posts in 2005.