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Oprah Winfrey is facing criticism for hosting a special with the two men that claim Michael Jackson sexually abused them when they were kids.

The Oprah special called, After Neverland, aired right after the final part of the documentary and featured interviews with Safechuck, Robson,, and the documentary director, Dan Reed.  There were more than 100 sexual abuse victims in the audience for Oprah’s special after the film, and Oprah let them say their peace, but  she also grilled them on whether or not the whole thing was a “money grab.”

Wade Robson on Michael Jackson's Grooming | Oprah Winfrey Presents: After Neverland

Wade Robson explains that he feels like Michael Jackson's grooming for him and his family started long before they met him. #HBO Subscribe to the HBO YouTube Channel: Don't have HBO?

“Don’t let anybody in your world make it about what Michael Jackson did or didn’t do,” Oprah said. “It’s about this thing, this insidious pattern that’s happening in our culture that we refuse to look at.”

Oprah Sides With Michael Jackson Accusers

After Oprah Winfrey explained why she was interviewing the accusers profiled in the Michael Jackson documentary "Leaving Neverland", Carlos Bustamante and Graeme O'Neil react during ET Canada Live. SUBSCRIBE to our channel: FOLLOW us here: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: #Oprah #LeavingNeverland #MichaelJackson

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