Is the documentary Leaving Neverland the final proof of Michael Jackson’s guilt?

BERLIN, GERMANY - JUNE 15: Cast Dantanio Goodman and Koffi Missah of the musical 'BEAT IT!' attend a photo call on June 15, 2018 in Berlin, Germany. The musical 'BEAT IT!' s a homage to Michael Jackson and will celebrate its world premiere on August 29 in Berlin. (Photo by Christian Marquardt/Getty Images)
BERLIN, GERMANY - JUNE 15: Cast Dantanio Goodman and Koffi Missah of the musical 'BEAT IT!' attend a photo call on June 15, 2018 in Berlin, Germany. The musical 'BEAT IT!' s a homage to Michael Jackson and will celebrate its world premiere on August 29 in Berlin. (Photo by Christian Marquardt/Getty Images) /
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Is the Michael Jackson documentary Leaving Neverland the final straw that implicates him and destroys his pop icon image forever?

Michael Jackson is perhaps the most famous entertainer ever. A man who has an unmistakable voice, countless hits, and fans who will defend him regardless of what rumors and innuendo are revealed. Is Leaving Neverland going to be the final piece of information that sheds the light on what really happened at Neverland Ranch?

When is it premiering?

Michael Jackson defenders and detractors will have to wait one week. The long-awaited deep dive into life at the Neverland Ranch is scheduled for March 3 on HBO. Soon enough, however, everything will be revealed.

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What’s coming up on the documentary?

Two young boys named James Safechuck and Wade Robson were both guests at Neverland Ranch. Specifically selected and befriended by Michael Jackson at ages ten and seven, respectively, they now tell their stories about their time with The King of Pop.

The interviews will be harrowing tales from not only the young men, who are undoubtedly claiming some heinous acts, but also their families. Mothers, wives, siblings, everyone in the family who hopes to prove sustained abuse while spending time with the single-gloved pop star.

Of course, there was the whole police raid of Neverland back in 2003 that found absolutely no implicating evidence whatsoever.

The documentary advances despite opposition.

According to reports, there is a $100M lawsuit about to occur as a result of the documentary. Apparently, there is a clause in a 27-year old contract for the broadcasting of Michael Jackson in Concert in Bucharest: The Dangerous Tour that dictates no disparaging language about Michael Jackson. There is zero doubt this documentary will do so with claims of sexual abuse and adulthood trauma.

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Only time will tell how the lawsuit pans out, but the documentary will air March 3 on HBO.