Michael Jackson bodyguard warns 'Leaving Neverland' director | Daily News

Michael Jackson bodyguard warns 'Leaving Neverland' director

Michael Jackson's former bodyguard Matt Fiddes has shared a clip from an explosive new documentary which he says will ruin the career of Leaving Neverland director Dan Reed.

Fiddes, who worked with the singer for 10 years, is backing new movie Michael Jackson: Chase The Truth, which aims to debunk the child sex abuse claims made in Leaving Neverland.

In a post on Instagram today, Fiddes gave fans a look at the film ahead of its release next month and warned it will "get the real truth out".

He wrote: "I have just been sent the 2nd teaser for the @michaeljackson documentary being released next month.

"Here it is! It’s looking good! If I was the director of #leavingneverland I would be very concerned about my career right now!

"Let’s all get behind this #michaeljackson documentary and get the real truth out!

"I will update you on this page as and when @entertainmeproductions give me release dates and maybe a premiere date of the film."

In harrowing Channel 4 documentary, Leaving Neverland, Wade Robson and James Safechuck both claimed Jackson groomed and molested them.

However, personal trainer Fiddes believes that with a team of 100 security guards and 150 staff in total, there's no way Jackson and the boys could ever have been alone at his Neverland ranch, where the abuse allegedly took place.

Revealing his role in Chase The Truth, Fiddes explained: "It is near on impossible for anyone to get past staff and the security in place.

"Fans could not get past us and would go to extreme levels to meet Michael. And Michael was never alone when travelling with his friends/family/nannies in tow and many other members of the entourage!"


 

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