Michael Jackson Estate Wins Another Round in Court
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The two men who appeared in the documentary “Leaving Neverland” and accused Michael Jackson of molesting them as kids are now 0-for-2 in lawsuits against the pop star's estate. A judge in Los Angeles dismissed the second of the cases yesterday, tossing Wayne Robson's filing against two companies Jackson owned. The suit claimed the companies should be held liable for the late singer's actions. But the judge rejected that argument, as he did for the other accuser, James Safechuck, in October. An attorney for both men says there will be an appeal. For its part, Jackson's estate has steadfastly denied any claims of abuse by Jackson.
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