Paris Jackson shares cryptic post about ‘healing from her childhood’ as dad Michael’s pals slam Leaving Neverland allegations in new documentary

Paris Jackson shares cryptic post about ‘healing from her childhood’ as dad Michael’s pals slam Leaving Neverland allegations in new documentary

PARIS Jackson posted a cryptic image about “healing from her childhood” as dad Michael’s pals slam Leaving Neverland allegations

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PARIS Jackson posted a cryptic image about “healing from her childhood” as dad Michael’s pals slam Leaving Neverland allegations in a new documentary.

The 21-year-old actress took to her social media page earlier today to share the telling meme with her 3.5million followers.

Paris posted the cryptic message earlier today
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The picture shows two children below the text: “May this generation be so aware of how their childhoods affected them that they will put in all the effort to heal, and give their children a childhood that they will not need healing from.”

Paris simply captioned the post: “Amen.”

It comes just one day after it was revealed that friends and supporters of her superstar dad have created a new documentary to slam allegations that were made against him in Leaving Neverland earlier this year.

The group point to “five big holes” in the child sex abuse claims, branding accusers Wade Robson and James Safechuck “liars” and “money-grabbers.”

The actress captioned this post with ‘Amen’
Michael Jackson with Paris before his 2009 death
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Michael Jackson: Chase the Truth is available on Amazon and features interviews with the late singer’s defenders, including biographer Mike Smallcombe, former child star Mark Lester and ex-bodyguard Matt Fiddes.

It also details how Robson and Safechuck took out an unsuccessful civil action against the Jackson estate before making Finding Neverland.

Courts in LA ruled that the singer’s estate could not be held accountable for any alleged crimes he may have committed.

Michael Jackson strongly denied all allegations of sexual misconduct made against him before his 2009 death at the age of 50.

Leaving Neverland shocked fans earlier this year as Robson and Safechuck accused Michael Jackson of child sex abuse
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Michael’s supporters have come forward to defend him in a new documentary

Paris previously blasted Leaving Neverland “lies” about her dad, defiantly insisting that his legacy won’t be destroyed by the claims.

Taking to Twitter in March, she referred to Michael’s “good heart” and said that she was thinking about “the bigger picture” as she commented on the shows for the first time.

She initially appealed for calm, writing: “Y’all take my life more seriously than I do.”

The starlet later followed this up with: “I know injustices are frustrating and it’s easy to get worked up.

Paris previously slammed the ‘lies’ about her famous dad
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“But reacting with a calm mind usually is more logical than acting out of rage and also…. it feels better to mellow out.

“Smoke some weed n think about the bigger picture. Chillax my dudes.”

Replying to a fan, she added: “Lies are the bigger picture? I’ll pray for you.

Michael always strongly denied the allegations
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“Do you really think that it’s possible to tear his name down?”

It was previously reported that Paris believed her father was innocent and was refusing to watch the documentary.

Sources told TMZ that Paris had been left “devastated” by the allegations and was anxious that Leaving Neverland could hamper her acting career.

As well as Paris, Michael Jackson is survived by 22-year-old Prince, born Michael Joseph Prince Jackson Jr., and 17-year-old Blanket, born Prince Michael Jackson II.


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