The world was paralyzed on June 25, 2009, when the media announced the death of Michael Jackson, the biggest pop star. And from there, the controversies about his personal life began to take on public status.
The artist died at his home in Los Angeles from a heart attack caused by acute propofol and benzodiazepine intoxication and for which his personal doctor long faced a murder charge.
The death of the interpreter of Black or White gave rise to multiple conspiracy theories such as the one put forth by the criminologist Concha Calleja in her book, where she says that one of the star’s children received a call from his father who told him desperately: “They’re going to kill me!”
Other rumors involved Michael’s family, who apparently longed for his death in order to keep much of his fortune. However, so far, none of these have been proven.
But what did arouse outrage was the documentary Leaving Neverland produced by HBO, which lasts four hours and shows first-person testimonies from men who are now adults, but who claim that while they were children they were abused by Jackson in the mansion he built for himself. greet your fans.
The rejection that the material generated was so great that many radio stations in the United States decided not to broadcast the singer’s music anymore and also showed public support for the families of the complainants.