Directed by Dan Red, the documentary is about child abuse allegations against the late Michael Jackson.
Germany's ProSiebenSat.1 Group, Australia's Network Ten and HBO across Latin America were among the buyers for the film, which is produced by Reed's Amos Pictures.
Safechuck offered some graphic detail of the alleged abuse: "There was kissing and just kind of rubbing on each other and then oral sex and then he would want me to suck on his nipples and he would finish himself".More news: Federer to face Tsitsipas in final
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"If karma is real after @Oprah is laid to rest, which I hope is many years from now, ppl will come out of the woodwork to lie on, betray and besmirch her name the way it is being done to Michael Jackson", one fan wrote. "We had this mock wedding ceremony". Footage included in the HBO doc seems to have been recorded before much of the Jackson family filtered away from the property; instead of the dusty surroundings described in The Daily Beast's report, aerial video shows immaculately kept grounds, hidden from view by the surrounding trees.
Safechuck claimed that Jackson assaulted him at 10 different spots around the property.
The controversial Michael Jackson documentary Leaving Neverland has aired in the USA, with details from it being discussed online ahead of its UK TV debut later this week. The tour was the start of this sexual, like, couple relationship. "People who spent time with him can go, 'He couldn't possibly be a pedophile.' How do they know?"
Michael Jackson poses for a photo with a young Wade Robson. The pair filed lawsuits against Jackson in 2013 and 2014, but each was thrown out for being too long after the original alleged incidents.