Dan Reed’s controversial documentary on Michael Jackson may not see the light of day. HBO is reconsidering airing the documentary as Jackson’s estate has sent the network communication about the possible liabilities of airing the documentary.
The estate claims that the documentary is one-sided, told by the perspectives of Jackson’s former staff, Wade Robson and James Safechuck, whose stories didn’t convince a court during the ’90s.
HBO’s new owner, AT&T also isn’t looking for a public relations disaster that the film could cause the company. With the accusers in the documentary not being credible, it could cause a major issue with HBO and it’s partners.
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