New Michael Jackson doc brands Leaving Neverland accusers ‘lying money-grabbers’
Michael Jackson ’s friends have called his Leaving Neverland accusers lying money-grabbers in a shocking new documenatary.
Friends of the superstar came together to defend him in new movie Chase The Truth over the sexual abuse allegations in the previous Channel 4 doc.
The new film was released this week and features a number of Jackson's closest pals including former bodyguard Matt Fiddes and actor Mark Lester.
Fiddes, who worked for Jackson for 10 years, insists James Safechuck and Wade Robson's sexual abuse were motivated by money.
He says: "It's always financial. It's hard to understand how these allegations can be true."
Jackson biographer Mike Smallcombe: "Now two accusers going to sue the Jackson estate.
"All of Michael Jackson's accusers – it's always been about money."
Chase The Truth details how Robson and Saafechuck launched a failed legal challenge against Jackson's estate before filming Leaving Neverland, which aired in the UK earlier this year.
It also features Smallcombe going over key allegations he first made in an exclusive interview with Mirror Online earlier this year.
He claimed to have debunked some of the sex abuse claims, alleging incidents that are said to have happened in the Neverland train station couldn't have taken place as the building didn't exist at that time.
As the documentary was released, Fiddes shared a trailer and posted an explosive message slamming Leaving Neverland, the accusers and the doc's director Dan reed.
He wrote: "I expect Wade and James are hiding behind a rock along with Dan Reed somewhere with embarrassment right now!
"I would love to invite Wade, James and Dan Reed to come and challenge us on live UK TV about the man we knew, our friend.
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