Children’s Museum of Indianapolis removed Michael Jackson things for a film about the artist abuse of children

The management of the museum made this decision after viewing the documentary.

Exhibits Jackson in a children’s museum in Indianapolis Photo: IndyStar

The Indianapolis Children’s Museum in the United States has removed three items from the collection of pop singer Michael Jackson. It is reported by The Hollywood Reporter.

According to the publication, the management of the museum made such a decision after watching the HBO documentary Leaving Neverland, which Jackson is accused of pedophilia.

The Fedor’s hat, gloves and a poster of the artist, bought by the museum in 2017 at the New York auction house Gotta Have Rock and Roll, were removed from the exhibition.

On March 3 and 4, the HBO channel released two parts of the documentary Leaving Neverland. The film tells the story of two men who said that the musician had corrupted them for several years when they were children.

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