Corey Feldman has spoken out in defense of the late Michael Jackson, in the face of HBO’s two-part documentary on the pop singer’s alleged sexual assault.
The actor, who spent time with Michael Jackson when he was a child actor, is defending the late King of Pop against the devastating sexual abuse allegations in Leaving Neverland.
Wade Robson and James Safechuck allege in the two-part HBO documentary that Jackson molested them when they were children.
But in a series of tweets after watching part one of the doc, Feldman slammed the film and insisted Jackson “never touched me inappropriately.”
“All I know is what I experienced, and yes, every experience was the same right up to the sex part,” he tweeted. “That is where it becomes La La Land, instead of Neverland for me.”
Robson, 36, and Safechuck, 40, claim in the film they were groomed by the Thriller singer, and allege the abuse started when they were 7 and 10 years old.