1 of 16 View 16 Items Michael A. Mariant, Associated Press In this March 2, 2005, file photo, pop icon Michael Jackson waves to his supporters as he arrives for his child molestation trial at the Santa Barbara County Superior Court in Santa Maria, Calif. A new documentary on HBO, “Leaving Neverland,” is about the abuse allegations of two men, Wade Robson and James Safechuck, who had previously denied Jackson molested them and supported him to authorities and in Robson’s case, very publicly. When artists fall off the pedestal, what’s the appropriate response? Related Links ‘Leaving Neverland’ fallout: Michael Jackson songs dropped by these radio stations Michael Jackson’s legacy clouded by dark documentary SALT LAKE CITY — Earlier this week, Ally Henny was startled when a familiar song suddenly blared from her cellphone. Although the tune was one of her favorites, she immediately shut off the music. The song was “Smooth Criminal” by Michael Jackson. Like many Americans, Henny, a seminarian and mother of two in Springfield, Missouri, finds herself confronted with a moral dilemma: whether she should continue to enjoy the work of an entertainer she’s loved since childhood in light of renewed allegations of sexual abuse of minors…. Read full this story
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