In the dispute over a documentary about old allegations of abusing the star star, Michael Jackson, his estate administrators have attacked the TV broadcaster HBO. The "Leaving Neverland" document will be broadcast at the pay station, which belongs to the Time Warner group, on March 3 and 4.
Jackson estates administrators are keen to stop the broadcast and now call in the legal procedure, the "Variety". They would be entitled to compensation of more than $ 100 million (€ 88 million), say in the lawsuit.
"Leaving Neverland" premium at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah. Here, two men over the age of 30 and their families say, as Jackson is alleged to be sexually abusive in both childhood. The musician died in 2009 at 50 years of age of the Propofol drug.
In 1993, the allegations of abusing a boy against Jackson had caused a scandal. He accused the stars of forced to force sex to be sex on his Neverland region. An extrajudicial redundancy dismissal made a legal case. Jackson was suspended from a second allegation of abuse after a stunning trial in 2005.