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    Default Re: Statement from the Estate of Michael Jackson

    The Estate is doing what they can. Unfourtunately, in this year and the coming years it looks like the intial damage has already been done and it may take more time before things calm down. People will believe what they always wanted to believe and in time when things settle down people will remeber the allegations but the music will slowly restore what had once been. I hear Michael's music all the time. Even if the Estate recieves a victory legally it cant change everyones mind , and it wont affect the people who have turned a blind eye.

    I was just on vacation, and everyday i visited a extremely busy candy shop. Earth Song, DSTYGE, Rock with You, Black or White, and YANA were all playing on the speakers. I hear MJ driving down the road, in shops, not as much on the radio. People are listening to MJ still, and as long as people continue to listen. It doesnt matter what the radio pulls. Its the people that will keep the music alive.

    "Its up to us..." Michael Jackson 2009. (paraphrased a quote) but it will do.

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    Following yesterday’s announcement from Raymone Bain, the Estate of Michael Jackson responded to her statement and creation of the “Michael Jackson Legacy Foundation”.

    A spokesperson for the MJ estate said, “Raymone Bain is not authorized to act on behalf of the Michael Jackson Estate nor to use Michael Jackson’s name in any way for charitable or her own commercial purposes. We do agree with her comments about ‘Leaving Neverland’ and her encouraging a boycott of HBO over its inexcusable disparagement of Michael Jackson’s character.”



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    Default Re: Statement from the Estate of Michael Jackson

    All I gotta say is that the people in power who know the unreleased stuff and have access to them have f****d opinions. Like travis3000

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    By now we all know that Dan Reed got an Emmy for his fictional movie “Leaving Neverland”

    While the fans took over internet to share their disappointments and disgusts, a spokeperson for the Estate of Michael Jackson said:

    “For a film that is a complete fiction to be honored in a nonfiction Emmy category is a complete farce. Not one shred of proof supports this completely one-sided. so-called documentary which was made in secrecy and for which not one person outside of the two subjects and their families were interviewed.”

    Dan Reed went home with an Emmy for best documentary or nonfiction special at the Creative Arts Emmys.

    We hope one day the truth will be revealed and Dan will have to give back his little trophy along side few lawsuits from the Estate but also the fans!

    (Source: MJVIBE)

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    Default The Michael Jackson Estate Won a Temporary Victory in Leaving Neverland Lawsuit

    The Michael Jackson estate has won a temporary victory in its lawsuit against HBO over the premium cabler’s Leaving Neverland docuseries, in which Wade Robson and James Safechuck detailed alleged abuses they endured by Jackson as children. The Jackson estate, which filed its roughly $100 million lawsuit in February, has argued that in making and distributing Leaving Neverland and leaving out its denial of the allegations against Jackson, HBO is in violation of a nondisparagement clause stemming from the network’s 1992 agreement to air a concert film of Jackson’s Dangerous tour. HBO claims the pact is now defunct.

    In a tentative ruling Thursday, Judge George Wu denied HBO’s motion to dismiss the case—a decision that the judge is expected to make final by the end of the month. Variety reports that Wu himself suggested HBO file an anti-SLAPP motion, invoking the California law intended to curb litigation aimed at chilling free speech. Now, however, he has determined that the statute does not apply to arbitration requests, Variety reports.

    The Jackson estate has long slammed the docuseries, which debuted soon after Lifetime’s Surviving R. Kelly and sparked a similar resurgence of interest and passion around the allegations against Jackson. Soon after the doc’s debut, radio stations slowly began removing Jackson from their libraries—a sign that perhaps this time, the public is feeling more strongly about the allegations and their merit. (Jackson died in 2009, and denied the allegations during his life; in a 2005 trial, he was acquitted on all charges, including child molestation.) Most recently, the Jackson family decried Leaving Neverland’s Emmy win, calling the nod a “complete farce.”

    In court, Variety reports that HBO attorney Theodore Boutrous asked Wu to reconsider denying HBO’s request for dismissal. “It was filed to chill speech,” Boutrous said of the Jackson estate’s lawsuit. “It was filed to tell the world, ‘Don’t talk about child sex abuse.’…A company like HBO may be able to fight back and move forward. Others might not be able to do that.” An HBO representative told Variety, “We are waiting to see the judge’s final decision.” Meanwhile, Bryan J. Freedman, who represents the Jackson estate, slammed HBO in another statement that reads, in part: “HBO has tried everything possible to avoid having a trier of fact adjudicate their wrongdoing. If HBO believes its actions were proper then there is no reason for them to try and hide behind procedural technicalities to avoid an arbitration or a trial.”

    https://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood...te-arbitration



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