A statue of Michael Jackson has been faraway from Britain’s Nationwide Soccer Museum following new accusations of sexual abuse in opposition to the singer. Though the museum in Manchester, England, did not explicitly join the statue’s elimination to allegations in opposition to Jackson, the fallout from the “Leaving Neverland” documentary has prompted some to boycott his music. Within the documentary, two males accuse the pop star of sexually abusing them once they had been youngsters. Jackson’s household has pushed again in opposition to the movie, calling it a “public lynching.” The musician’s property is suing HBO, which co-produced the documentary. HBO shares its mother or father firm, WarnerMedia, with CNN.
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