The two brothers who claim that Jussie Smollett hired them to stage his attack are expressing their regret over their involvement in the case. Chicago police have called Smollett's story " bogus " and say that Smollett paid the brothers to help stage the attack because he was "dissatisfied with his salary" and wanted to build his public profile.
In the documentary, Wade Robson and Jimmy Safechuck allege they were befriended and later abused by Jackson throughout the late 1980s and early 1990s. Three Cogeco Media-owned stations CKOI , Rythme and The Beat in Montreal, Canada have confirmed that they would be pulling Jackson's music from their schedules following the accusations in the film.
Whether you watched or not, HBO's documentary Leaving Neverland which is already earned the cable network multiple lawsuits from a man featured in the doc and the Estate of Jackson revisits child molestation accusations against Michael Jackson has the internet talking.
The fantastic cinematic story to be told will be centered around the upbringing of two of the world's greatest tennis legends, Venus and Serena Williams . And while Will Smith is an incredibly talented actor, some have raised issue with the fact that Smith, a lighter-skinned Black man, is playing the part of Richard, a dark-skinned Black man.
Wearing a blue blazer and a black shirt and trousers, Meghan looked proud as she wrapped her arm around Harry before exiting the stage hand in hand. One guest was Year 10 pupil Sinead, who said her class gave the Duke and Duchess a teddy for their new baby.
Kelly has been accused of multiple sexual abuse allegations and inappropriate encounters with girls and young women over the years, but a renewed attention to the allegations came with the release of Lifetime's Surviving R. "I have been buried alive, but I'm alive", he said, later adding that he needed someone to help him "not have a big heart". Kelly had been free on $1 million bail after being charged last month with ten counts of sexual abuse.