Wendy Williams Defends Micheal Jackson Against 'Leaving Neverland' Allegations
Leaving Neverland, a documentary which highlights the alleged child abuse Michael Jackson bestowed upon two victims has left fans, supporters, and fellow celebrities on opposite sides of a fence. Now Wendy Williams is weighing in.
The talk-show host offered her opinions on the four-hour documentary denouncing all claims made by James Safechuck and Wade Robson.
When introducing the "Hot Topic" to audience members, Williams didn't bite her tongue. “I do believe a shower in the nude. I don’t believe there was any sexual touching, I do believe sleepovers in the same bed. I do believe that if mother nature takes its course you get a hard penis. I don’t believe touching and I don’t believe sex.”
Jackson is currently accused of engaging in sexual relations with adolescent boys as young as 7-years-old. However, the former radio host sees these revived accusations as a ploy for an ulterior motive.
"I do believe that this is a money grab for the families."
The two-part documentary made its debut on HBO Sunday (March .3) after premiering at Sundance in January 2019. The film series alleges Jackson engaged in sexual acts with underage boys until they reached their teens. Michael Jackson's estate is currently suing HBO for airing the film against their wishes.