MICHAEL Jackson’s former partner Tatum O’Neal has certified she isn’t astounded by a child sex abuse allegations opposite a cocktail star after examination Leaving Neverland.
The actress, who met Jacko during a age of 12, pronounced that nonetheless she never saw anything herself, “it’s tough not to trust those boys” who spoke out in a bomb documentary series.
Appearing on Good Morning Britain around a live video feed, Tatum, 55, pronounced she wasn’t repelled by a allegations, as there are “so many outrageous things going on in Hollywood”.
She explained she was struggling to bonus a accusations done by James Safechuck and Wade Robson, who both say they were intimately abused by a cocktail idol from as immature as seven.
Tatum pronounced of a docu-series: “It’s tough not to trust those boys…
“I didn’t see anything myself…”
She added: “No it doesn’t disgust me – there are so many outrageous things in Hollywood now commencement to be unclosed slowly.”
Tatum expelled an journal A Paper Life in 2004, detailing a loyalty she had with Jacko when they met when she was 12 and he was 17.
She also suggested that he wanted a some-more insinuate attribute – though she wasn’t ready.
The singer wrote: “I was only 12 and not during all prepared for a real-life encounter…
“Michael, who was sweating profusely, seemed as intimidated as we was.
“He jumped adult nervously and said, ‘Uh … gotta go.’”
She described a attribute as “a unequivocally smashing friendship” and they would “talk on a phone all a time.”
Jackson also spoke about their attribute in 2001, saying: “I was, like, in heaven. It was a many enchanting thing.”
The bombshell Channel 4 documentary Leaving Neverland minute a array of harrowing claims opposite a late star, who died in 2009.
Spanning 4 hours, it minute in horrific fact a accounts of Jackson’s former child “friends” Wade Robson, 36, and 41-year-old James Safechuck.
Robson says he was abused from a age of 7 to 14 and Safechuck claims he was neat and raped from age of 10 to 14, including in a room during Neverland’s sight station.
They explain to have been regularly raped and abused by a megastar from when they were children.
Much of a purported abuse is pronounced to have taken place in a Neverland Ranch – incited into a storybook bliss by Jackson when he bought it in 1988.
It was pronounced to be a paedophile’s bliss with dark sex dens he used to hurt kids, according to Safechuck.
He claimed Jackson used alarms, bells and one-way potion to warning him to anyone coming a purported rape chambers.
Jackson always strongly denied allegations of sex abuse done opposite him.
His family and estate have slammed Leaving Neverland – job a film one-sided.
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