James Safechuck’s “Leaving Neverland” documentary declaration of legendary Michael Jackson being a pedophile created a frenzy in the entertainment world when it aired on television.
This backlash against the “King Of Pop” by many people who believe the deceased star was guilty of the allegations, led to Safechuck filing in court another sexual abuse case.
It is now being reported by TMZ, that the judge has thrown out the revived case.
The original lawsuit was filed in 2014 against Michael Jackson’s companies of MJJ Productions and MJJ Ventures Inc. Governor Gavin Newsom of the State of California helped to revive the case by signing a law extending the statute of limitations for alleged victims.
The judge came to the conclusion that Safechuck and his legal team lacked evidence to support the main allegation that the people running Michael Jackson’s companies were legally responsible to supervise the actions of the iconic entertainer during the 1990’s. It was the time period that Safechuck alleges he was abused by Michael Jackson as a child.
The judge’s belief is that Michael Jackson was the owner and sole shareholder of the companies and that his employees did not have any control their own boss. MJ was the head honcho of the whole empire.
Safechuck had also believed the employees of the company should have played a quasi parental role on overseeing Jackson’s actions. This was also dismissed by the judge. Safechuck is allowed to make another appeal on the decision.
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