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Paris Jackson says it's "not my role" to defend father Michael Jackson after "Leaving Neverland" backlash



Paris Jackson tweeted that it was not her "role" to defend her father Michael Jackson after the backlash of the HBO documentary "Leaving Neverland".

Jackson, 20, seemed to respond to a social media user pointing out that she did not talk about the documentary and pointed out that "the tabloids are crazy, they must provoke you".

"There is nothing I can say it has not already been said about defense. Taj [Jackson, Paris’ second cousin] does a perfect job on his own. And I support him. But that is not my role. I am just trying to get everyone to cool go out with the flow, be gentle and think about the bigger picture, that's me, "Jackson wrote.

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Paris Jackson is Michael Jackson's born child and single daughter. His other children are Michael J. Jackson, Jr. and Prince Michael "Blanket" Jackson II.

The explosive documentary "Leaving Neverland" describes how Wade Robson, James Safechuck and their families came and knew and trusted the "Thriller" singer at the height of his fame in the 1

980s and early 1990s. The two men claimed that Jackson sexually exploited them as children. Before his death in 2009, the singer killed similar and repeated charges against him.

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Jackson's family and property have condemned documentary and HBO's decision to fly it and claim that it is spreading lie about a man who does not live in life to defend himself. The co-executives in the Jackson country announced weeks before the HBO debut on "Leaving Neverland" that they would sue on the network and argued that documentation aeration would "violate a non-disparity clause from a previous contract" Entertainment Weekly reported.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.


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