MICHAEL Jackson's family has been subjected to sexual abuse claims in the Leaving Neverland, which detained one of the star accusers as a "opportunist" in one of YouTube's videos.
The singer's nephew, Brandi Jackson, who had been in contact with Wade Robson for seven years, urged her to stop making allegations.
Neverland Firsthand: Michael Jackson's documentary film is a 30-minute documentary recently released on YouTube.
Liam McEwan produces interviews with Brandi, Jackson's nephew Thai and star-year technical director Brad Sundberg.
Liam said it "continues to investigate allegations made by HBO leaving Neverland that the Pop King sexually used two new boys.
"With interviews with those closest to the situation, as well as with Jackson's family members, the film reflects the information that was excluded from the HBO program."
His short film refutes the statements of Robson and former child actor James Safechuk in the documentary film by British filmmaker Dan Reed HBO, which was screened this year for Jackson as sexually exploited children.
Liam asked Taj Jackson why his famous uncle – who died in 2009 – was "sued so many times" during his short life.
He replied, "If you have a known niceness, people will use it."
Liam then talked to Brandi Jackson, who confirmed that the HBO film had a "hard time" as a result of the film.
The photographer who is now 37 years old was Wade for over seven years after he built him when he met the children.
Liam said: "There are not many people who know someone as well as their former partner."
Brandi replied that she and Vade were "very good friends, very close" and that even their mothers became good friends.
However, their relationship ended after Wade's behavior changed when he was 17 years old, and he probably began to disappoint him with several women.
Despite the fact that Brandi was close to ten years, the film Leaving Neverland was not mentioned.
The question of why her name was not mentioned, she replied, "I'm not surprised. It completely discredits what he says.
"He says he was in a relationship with his uncle that they were in love and had a relationship.
"He says my uncle was holding him out of women, which is not true … my uncle and us, it would discredit things he was trying to ask, and it seems exciting to me to try to erase ten years of his life."
He must stop. My uncle took care of him, and he and his family did it very well. And he knows it.
The question she said to Wadei, "if she has a chance," Brandi replied, "He must stop. Whatever his reasoning is, I have to stop these homes.
"My uncle took care of him and he and his family did it very well.
"And he knows it."
She claimed that Wade became public with sexual abuse claims because she thought she would benefit from them.
Brandi said: "He has always been a little opportunist; he knows how to position himself in different situations that will be financially beneficial to him."
However, Wade's lawyer has issued a statement rejecting Brandi's comments on YouTube.
According to Billboard, "Jackson was not with Wade and Michael Jackson when sexual violence was taking place, and as such she does not have any meaning on the subject."
Liam also talked to Michael's technical director Brad Sundberg.
In Wade's lawsuit against Jackson's mansion he claimed that part of the abuse was in the recording studio "Small Green Space".
Brad confirmed that Mikhail had a private lounge, "when you work with an artist of any size, they usually have a lounge where they can go and meet, pick up a phone call.
"The studio was very closed, no one arrived in the studio without reason to be there.
"It is true that Michael has always had children, kids and jeeps, and you know the clown juggling bowling pins, it really doesn't work. We are working. ”
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Asked if he believed in the allegations, he replied that the father, with two daughters who had worked with the children in the church, "no more than a million years I ever saw a baby around Michael Jackson, who looked as sad, hurt, abused.
"I can't put my hand on the Bible and say that nothing happened in this space, that is, there were not many cases … I think I remember Wade saw one or two times in the studio. It was not an ordinary event. ”
Michael Jackson repeatedly denied any violations before his death and in 2005 he was acquitted in California.
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