Michael Jackson's estate is hitting back at HBO after the release of their 'Leaving Neverland' documentary. The documentary tells the stories of Michael Jackson's two sexual abuse accusers, James Safechuck and Wade Robson.
Jackson's estate reportedly provided Billboard Magazine with a "24-page working PowerPoint document, titled 'Leaving Neverland and the Truth,' that questions the accusers' memories and the filmmakers' motives in details."
While the PowerPoint has not been publicly released, Billboard says it alleges the documentary was biased, inconsistent and took information out of context. A rep from Jackson's estate also claims that statements in the documentary contradict statements made years prior during court depositions.