Leaving Neverland the Micheal Jackson documentary was just released and I must say watching it myself left me pretty disgusted but not necessarily surprised.
Being that there is two accounts given by two separate boys, men now, leaves the impression that their stories are truthful and factual.
What one can take from this story is that MJ was a megalomaniac that thought he had the power, money and personal stature to get away with just about anything he wanted, this included pedophilia with boys.
I wonder if the over oppression restrictive nature of being brought up a child in the JWS religion had an effect to his loose out of control behavior of a super rich celebrity ?
His celebrity status and wealth really came to him when he was a pubescent young boy/teen, money in such a huge amount made anything he wanted or could afford possible.
Personally I think he was inherently gay and had pursued arranged marriages to protect his perceived public image, a pretentious act which was mostly devised as a money and business endeavor .
He exploited the power of his then his celebrity status to enact a lot of socially irresponsible behaviors, particularly to the ones who he made personally close and intimate with.
Did he know having sexual behavioral misconduct with minors was illegal ?
Yah I think he did but he thought his money and celebrity status in the public could get him out trouble, sadly and unfortunately for most part he was right .