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Michael Jackson: Sexual accusers allowed to sue his companies

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Alleged sexual victims of the late Michael Jackson have been issued a green light to sue the company of the late pop star.

The two men Wade Robson and James Safecheck appeared in the documentary leaving Neverland claimed to have been sexually abused by Michael Jackson in the late 80’s and 90’s.

Leaving Neverland drew mixed reactions as the family of the pop star disagreed with the accusations.

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In 2014, Wade and James filled lawsuits against Michael but it was established that the application should have been filed before their 26th birthday.

Things however changed in January when a law was passed allowing accusers to file cases before their 40th birthday.

The lawyer representing the two accusers welcomed the news saying that it was a good thing the court has recognized the protection of sexually abused victims.

It was a different reaction from the lawyer representing the late pop star’s estate saying that the law will also include all its employees.

Celine Wakesho
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