Faced with mounting criticism over her comments about two men who say they have been molested by Michael Jackson, legendary singer and actress Barbra Streisand news rushed on Saturday to explain that she had “no sympathy” with Jackson and Twitter’s accusers “deeply apologizing for any pain or misunderstanding caused “He said.
“To be absolutely clear, there is no situation or circumstance in which it is acceptable to exploit children’s innocence by anyone,” Barbra Streisand said in a statement.
LONDON (Reuters) – Stacend told the London Times that she believed the charges of Wade Robson, 36, and James Savitschuk, were in the latest HBO documentary, “Leaving Neverland.”
“Very sweet, very childish,” says Streisand, who called Jackson.
When asked about the alleged arbitrary behavior in the documentary, Barbra Streisand News says: “His sexual needs were his sexual needs, coming from any childhood he had or from the DNA he possessed.” You can say “molestation,” but these children, as you heard, say they were happy Being there, both married and with children, so he did not kill them. “
The documentary, condemned by Jackson, renewed public outrage at the pop singer who was acquitted in 2005 of all charges of alleged sexual abuse of a 13-year-old boy.
Her assessment of the long-term impact on the two men and Jackson’s behavior has provoked much public anger. “His sexual needs were his sexual needs, coming from any childhood he had or from the DNA he had,” she said of Jackson as Barbra Streisand News.
“You can say ‘molestation’, but these children, as you heard, say they were happy to be there,” she said of Robson and Savicchuk. “They are both married and have children, so they did not kill them.”