Jermaine Jackson Breaks Down On National TV While Defending Michael Jackson From Documentary
Michael Jackson’s brother, Jermaine Jackson broke down in tears in national TV as he fought to defend his late brother from allegations of child sexual abuse that have emerged in the new Sundance documentary “Leaving Neverland.”
Jermaine sat down with “Good Morning Britain” where he pleaded to the public to let the late King of Pop rest in peace.
Jermaine can be seen wiping away tears as he says he is “1000 percent sure” that his brother is innocent.
“We lost Michael, we lost our father. We are still in mourning,” he said. “We lost a lot, just leave us alone, leave him alone, let him rest. Please, let him rest. He deserves to rest.”
Jermaine revealed that the gatherings at his brothers’ ranch with the young boys were nothing more than “slumber parties,” and that they were never alone!
“There were little girls there, even with their parents, their uncles, and they were sitting down, watching movies, eating cookies, popcorn, having fun, watching films,” he said. “And Michael said, ‘Why do people relate the bed to sex?’ which shows you his innocence. Michael’s a big kid.”
Leaving Neverland details the claims of two of Michael’s accusers, Wade Robson and James Safechuck, who claim they were molested by the legend.
Take a look at the interview below!