Warning: this piece has graphic descriptions of sexual abuse.
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Is the new Michael Jackson documentary Leaving Neverland credible filmmaking or exploitative cash in?
We speak to the film's director, Dan Reed, and Jackson's nephew, Taj Jackson.
Throughout the latter part of Michael Jackson's stratospheric career, he was constantly dogged by allegations that he sexually abused young boys.
Nothing was ever proven, but as much as $23 million was settled out of court for one claim.
His millions of fans around the world mourned his death and many since then have refused to accept the possibility that Jackson was a repeat child abuser.
But the latest documentary sheds a disturbing light on the singer’s behaviour.
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