Old Michael Jackson Concert Released as Documentary Airs

Bessie Dean
March 10, 2019

Michael Jackson's concert in Romania was the first such concert an global mega-star held in Romania after the fall of communism.

The Michael Jackson estate has taken one last swipe at the documentary "Leaving Neverland", which alleges that the late singer sexually abused boys, by releasing a concert film on YouTube the exact length of the first part of the documentary, which airs on HBO Sunday night. At the same time the documentary began, a tweet was sent from the official Michael Jackson Twitter account alerting followers to the arrival of a full concert filmed in 1992.

Robson said Jackson invited him to stay over, first with his family, then by himself.

The choreographer is one of two men who have made sexual assault charges against Jackson in Leaving Neverland, which debuted in America on Sunday. The Jackson estate has denounced the documentary, saying the accusers "have provided no independent evidence and absolutely no proof in support of their accusations".

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The contract contained a non-disparagement clause relating to content featuring Jackson in the future. He claims that on the tour, Jackson taught him to masturbate. "He would run drills with me where we'd be in the hotel room and he would pretend like somebody was coming in and you had to get dressed as fast as possible without making noise".

Despite legal threats from Michael Jackson's estate, the four-hour film will show James "Jimmy" Safechuck and Wade Robson sharing intimate details from their time spent with the superstar and - as images of Robson fighting back tears in the trailer might suggest - their stories are expected to be unsettling.

The film airs its second part tonight in the United States, and then airs on Channel 4 on Wednesday and Thursday this week, at 9pm.

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