Corey Feldman, who had a childhood friendship with Michael Jackson and launched a campaign to expose Hollywood pedophiles, claimed the entertainer never molested him. In a series of tweets, The Lost Boys actor detailed his experience with Jackson and questioned the motives and narrative of Leaving Neverland.
“#Neverland OK I WATCHED IT ALL I KNOW IS WHAT I EXPERIENCED, & YES EVERY EXPERIENCE WAS THE SAME….RIGHT UP 2 THE SEX PART! THAT IS WHERE IT BECOMES LALA LAND, INSTEAD OF NEVERLAND 4 ME. WE NEVER SPOKE ABOUT SEX OTHER THAN A FEW WARNINGS ABOUT HOW SEX WAS SCARY, & DANGEROUS. MJ,” he tweeted. “NEVER ONCE SWORE IN MY PRESENCE, NEVER TOUCHED ME INAPPROPRIATELY, & NEVER EVER SUGGESTED WE SHOULD BE LOVERS IN ANY WAY! I FEEL LIKE IF PPL COULD HEAR OUR CONVOS, THEY WOULD HEAR THE INNOCENCE IN THEM. NO HINT OF PERVERSION,” he added.
In the remainder of his Twitter thread, Feldman claims the documentary is one-sided and has “NO EVIDENCE OTHER THAN THE WORD OF 2 MEN WHO AS ADULTS DEFENDED HIM IN COURT,” referencing Wade Robson and James Safechuck’s testimony on Jackson’s behalf during his two previous sexual abuse cases against the singer.
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