Barbara Streisand delivered an explanatory statement on Saturday amid intense unrest over controversial remarks she had made on a particularly difficult issue these days: Michael Jackson. men claim that the late singer has sexually abused them as children. The radio stations pulled the king's pop songs from the air. Fans came across social media as they struggled with Jackson's legacy complications. children should take advantage of them. The comments came one day after the London Times quoted that Jackson's sexual needs were his sexual needs.
"To be crystal clear, there is no situation or circumstances in which children are innocent to take advantage of anyone," she said in her new statement. "The stories that the two young men shared were painful, and I felt nothing but sympathy for them."
Strain's statement seemed to be a feedback to the notes she had made that seemed more sympathetic to the accused. "His sexual needs were his sexual needs coming from whatever childhood he has or whatever he has DNA," says the famous actress. "She continued," You can say "forcible," but these children, as you've heard [the grown-up Robson and Safechuck] were excited to be there.
Strasbourg's new statement on Saturday also offers an excuse for the remarks that blame the boys' parents
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The original Steve's comments have sparked a major response to social media, including o the director of the documentary, Dan Reed.