“Leaving Neverland” director Dan Reed talked to Business Insider about the decision to not attempt to interview Macaulay Culkin about his relationship with Michael Jackson as a son in the 1990 s. In the documentary, Culkin and another boy, Brett Barnes, are portrayed as getting attention from Jackson when he distances himself from the film’s two main subjects, Wade Robson and James Safechuck, who in the movie claim they had sexual relationships with Jackson as sons. The movie says Culkin and Barnes “categorically deny any sexual contact with Michael Jackson.” “I’m not in the business of outing anyone, ” Reed told Business Insider about not contacting Culkin or Barnes. Macaulay Culkin’s representative declined to comment for this story.
At the conclusion of part 1 of “Leaving Neverland” — the two-part HBO documentary that focuses on two men, Wade Robson and James Safechuck, who allege Michael Jackson sexually abused them when they were boys during the 1980 s and 1990 s — director Dan Reed presents a rift in Jackson’s relationship with the boys as child superstar Macaulay Culkin, and another child, Brett Barnes, enter the pop star’s world.See the rest of the narrative at Business Insider
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