Following the airing of HBO’s explosive documentary “Leaving Neverland,” Michael Jackson’s youngsters – Prince, Paris and Prince Michael Jackson II, aka “Blanket” — are contemplating submitting a lawsuit in opposition to alleged sexual abuse victims Wade Robson and James Safechuck.

The potential swimsuit, in response to a supply near the household, can be for fraud, emotional misery, slander and misrepresentation.

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Each Robson and Safechuck appeared within the documentary alleging they had been sexually abused by the late pop legend, who died in 2009.

Information of the siblings’ plans comes weeks after the Jackson household slammed the documentary, declaring it wasn’t “telling the reality.”

We’re advised Prince, Paris and Blanket usually are not looking for cash, however that any cash awarded can be given to charity.

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Michael Jackson accuser Wade Robson, "Leaving Neverland" director Dan Reed and accuser James Safechuck
Michael Jackson accuser Wade Robson, “Leaving Neverland” director Dan Reed and accuser James SafechuckTaylor Jewell/Invision/AP

As an alternative of money, the children need Robson and Safechuck to simply accept “duty” and to provide an “apology.”

The household supply added, “It’s essential to them they carry ahead” their father’s “legacy of philanthropy and humility.”

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In late February, the Jackson property sued HBO for breach of contract and believes it may very well be awarded not less than $100 million in damages.

After the premiere of the documentary on the Sundance Movie Competition, Robson and Safechuck stated discovering one another was an vital a part of their resolution to share their tales.

Each males declare they weren’t paid for his or her participation within the documentary.


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