Congratulations social media vultures, not to mention the highly complicit mainstream media, your mob mentality when it came to the Michael Jackson/Leaving Neverland fiasco has resulted in his daughter, Paris Jackson, attempting suicide by slitting her wrists [via TMZ]. Oh, and I do need to also congratulate the team behind “Leaving Neverland,” especially hack director Dan Reed, whose only claim to fame in his tepid career will be this hit-piece of a “documentary,” his attempt at some kind of fame by making a four-doc condemning a guy that’s been dead for over 10 years now will not go unnoticed in the history books.
I don’t know if Michael Jackson is innocent or guilty, as mentioned in my review of “Leaving Neverland,” I have no dog in this fight but I do know a hit-job when I see one:
“For the better part of two decades I have intensely followed the Michael Jackson saga. My mind has changed a few times, from he’s innocent to he’s guilty to I just don’t know anymore, but it’s rather hard for me to take director Dan Reed’s “Leaving Neverland” at face value, let alone review it, because the two victims being interviewed here, Robson and James Safechuck, have had so many revised accounts of what happened; lies have been uttered by them, maybe purposely or maybe accidentally. Despite all that, memory is a funny thing, where even the most hardened of experiences can have crucial details feeling rather hazy decades later, let alone if you were a child when it happened.”
Paris Jackson was hospitalized Saturday and sources have told TMZ that it's due in large part to the fallout from "Leaving Neverland.”