An old interview which shows Michael Jackson’s sister La Toya accusing the late king of pop music of being guilty of sexual abuse allegations against him has resurfaced.
In the video of the interview, Michael Jackson’s sister could be heard saying she decided to speak up against him because she will not be a collaborator in his crimes against little children.
“Michael is my brother, I love him a great deal but I cannot, and will not, be a silent collaborator of his crimes against small, innocent children. If I remain silent then it means I fuel the guilt and humiliation these children are feeling and I think it’s very wrong. Now you stop and think for one second and you tell me, what 35-year-old man is going to take a little boy and stay with him for 30 days? And take another boy and stay with him for five days in a room and never leave the room? How many of you out there are 35 years old? How many would take little kids and do that? That are nine, 10, 11 years old? I love my brother but it’s wrong. I don’t want to see these kids hurt.”
La Toya continued:
“I am a victim myself and I know what it feels like. These kids are going to be scarred for the rest of their lives and I don’t want to see any more innocent, small children being affected this way. I love Michael very dearly but I feel even more sorry for these children because they don’t have a life anymore, they don’t.”
Michael Jackson is currently being accused by two men, James Safechuck and Wade Robson, who say he sexually absued them when they were kids. Their confession is documented in Leaving Neverland aired by HBO.