"Leaving Neverland" Director Defends His Graphic Depictions Of Michael Jackson

Dan Reed is sticking to his weapons forward “Leaving Neverland’s” premiere.

Regardless what Michael Jackson’s property or household say on the matter, Leaving Neverland director Dan Reed is sticking to his laurels. After listening to from Jackie Jackson the Jackson clan, CBS This Morning anchor Gayle King turned her consideration to director Reed for an goal evaluation the opposite facet, nevertheless suspicious it may appear to the final observer.

Reed has been accused depicting  Wade Robson and Jimmy Safechuck’s accusations in an overly-graphic method; he however stands by these decisions. “I believe for a few years Jackson obtained away with this picture being a bit a baby himself and being very affectionate with kids, and I needed to ensure folks understood this wasn’t overenthusiastic kissing or cuddling,” he told the CBS This Morning panel. “This was intercourse, the sort intercourse adults have however he was having with a little bit baby.”

Dan Reed then plunged into the protection Robson and Safechuck’s retelling the MJ-incidents, by insisting they have been alone with Michael when the purported transgressions befell. The purpose is making an attempt to make, is that Jackson’s household has no manner understanding whether or not he molested the 2 boys as a result of they weren’t readily available to witness “it” with their very own eyes. Leaving Neverland will premiere with out a hitch, subsequent week on the HBO community – keep tuned for extra on this creating difficulty.