He defends brother Michael Jackson
Tito Jackson does not think it's right to try to judge his brother Michael Jackson and silence the music of the artist.
He says this in an interview with TMZ.
"Wade's charges are crazy," says Tito Jackson.
The documentary "Leaving Neverland" tells the choreographer Wade Robson and programmer James Safechuck about the abuses that Michael Jackson should have revealed to them as a child.
Accusations have provoked strong reactions around the world, and radio stations in Canada, New Zealand and Australia, among other things, have previously stopped Michael Jackson's music from his playlists.
In an interview with TMZ, Michael Jackson's brother says: Tito Jacksonthat it is wrong to try to judge the deceased and silence the music of the brother.
– It's so unfair. It was not even a trial. Wade's claims are crazy, says Tito Jackson.
1 out of 2 | Photo: AP
The son stopped talking
The accusations hit many members of the Jackson family strongly. It has been reported earlier that the youngest son of Michael Jackson, Blanket "Bigi" Jackson, has stopped speaking completely.
– "Bigi" is one of the most talkative about school, but he does not speak anymore. People are worried about him, says Taj Jackson in the Victoria Derbyshire program.
Michael Jackson's housing estate had earlier decided to sue the HBO channel, which was the first to send a documentary about 930 million SEK, and described in a lawsuit the way in which the artist was previously released in court in connection with charges for abuse in 2005.
Michael Jackson died on June 25, 2009.
"Leaving Neverland" appears in two parts and is broadcast in SVT Play.