Michael Jackson Accused of Pedophilia: After Paris Jackson, Janet Speaks in Turn

It’s been ten years since Michael Jackson passed from life to death. If his name remains on the lips, it is not necessarily for his success in the musical universe. But it’s also because of accusations about his sexual escapades.

Since the release of the documentary ” Leaving Neverland “, the accusations of pedophilia against Michael Jackson are expanding strongly to the point where many members of his family feel very affected. After the media release of his daughter Paris Jackson, it is around his sister Janet to defend her pedophilia accusations.

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For Janet Jackson, who has always separated private life and public life, she does not intend to speak on this subject. And the pressures will not change anything. Today, even young Paris Jackson ” believes that the silence of his aunt Janet speaks volumes. But Janet does not want to go there . ” Worse, the one who sang “Scream” duet with Michael “does not know what really happened and considers that it is not his competence to judge anything”.

On the side of other members of the family, it is question of denouncing lies about the deceased King of Pop. Paris Jackson, his brothers Jermaine and Tito, as well as his nephews TJ, Taj and Taryll believe that the King of Pop has nothing to do with it.

” In recent weeks, members of the Jackson family have been discussing the documentary for a long time and the impact it could have on the singer’s legacy ,” said a source close to the Jackson clan quoted by The Sun newspaper. ” Everyone wanted Janet to release a statement condemning the documentary because it’s the most recognized artist in the family after Michael, ” the source added.

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