Michael Jackson's niece on 'ridiculous' Leaving Neverland documentary

Mail Online | 3/12/2019 | Jo Scrimshire For Daily Mail Australia
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Michael Jackson's niece has spoken out against her ex-boyfriend Wade Robson, who accused the late King of Pop of sexually abusing him as a child in the documentary Leaving Neverland.

In her only Australian radio interview, Brandi Jackson alleged on Tuesday that her uncle was not a paedophile, contrary to Wade's extraordinary claims.

Kyle - Jackie - O - Show - 'When

She told The Kyle and Jackie O Show: 'When I was watching [Leaving Neverland], I was completely sickened by it, to be honest with you. The things that he was saying were so over the top and so ridiculous.'

Brandi added: '[Wade] was not describing my uncle. He was describing a totally different person, but not my uncle. And that's why this is a narrative that has changed... over the last 15 years. Everything that he's ever said about my uncle is the complete opposite of who he was painting in this documentary.'

Radio - Host - Jackie - 'O - Henderson

When radio host Jackie 'O' Henderson asked Brandi if it was possible Wade had testified under oath that Michael didn't abuse him because he was 'instructed' to do so, Brandi insisted there was no 'other side' to her uncle she didn't know about.

'Part of what I have to say to that is, with Wade saying that he was afraid [he and Michael] would go to jail [if he revealed the abuse], Wade was a grown man when he testified the second time,' Brandi said.

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'And if someone had been anally penetrating you and anally abusing you when you were 14 years old, and you had a chance to go on the stand and put that man away for the rest of his life so that he couldn't hurt anyone else, you'd do it. You would.

'I can understand when he was a child if he was too afraid to do such a thing, that makes sense. But...
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