Michael Jackson's property claims the cable community is defying an NDA they signed in 1992.
It's no secret Michael Jackson's property has been up in arms ever because the Leaving Neverland hype beginning choosing up. After all, HBO has a longstanding relationship with Michael Jackson relationship again to the airing Michael Jackson Live in Concert in Bucharest: The Dangerous Tour in 1992. Jackson's property claims a non-disclosure settlement when the King Pop signed f on the live performance footage.
According to the deposition, the NDA known as for HBO to withhold from any "foul speak" in opposition to Michael Jackson for an indiscriminate quantity time. "HBO shall not make any disparaging remarks regarding Performer or any his representatives, brokers, or enterprise practices or do any act which will hurt or disparage or trigger to decrease in esteem the fame or public picture .." reads the disclaimer which surfaced in courtroom this afternoon.
The lawsuit may see HBO lose as much as $100 million in damages if confirmed liable on all counts. As you seemingly already know, Leaving Neverland is centered on the allegations two MJ's recognized accusers: James Safechuck and Wade Robson, who are actually claiming that Jackson molested them after they had been kids. The lawsuit additionally claims that Safechuck and Robson maintain completely no credibility given the very fact they each took an oath absolving the King Pop any molestation.