Jackson fans sue alleged victims for ‘sullying his memory’

Three Michael Jackson fan groups are suing his alleged victims in France for "sullying his memory" by taking part in the "Leaving Neverland" documentary, the fans' lawyer told AFP Friday. The Michael Jackson Community -- which claims to be the "official fan club forum" for the "King of Pop" --- and the MJ Street and On The Line groups accuse Robson Wade and James Safechuck of "lynching" the star. The case, which will be heard by a court in Orleans in northern France in July, follows reports that Jacksons' children were also considering taking legal action against the men, who say that Jackson sexually abused them when they were children. Lawyer Emmanuel Ludot, who has previo...

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