Following the documentary "Leaving Neverland," the Children's Museum of Indianapolis decides to withdraw some of his treasures associated with Michael Jackson.
Elements that are two separate exhibits in the museum are Fedora, a glove and a poster of the musician, The Indianapolis Star reported on Friday.
The decision came after the release of HBO's documentary. The program reveals allegations of child sexual abuse against Wade Robson and James "Jimmy" Safechuck. The Jackson family has categorically denied the accusations.
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The collective choices of the team at the museum were Chris Carron, director of the museum's collections. The group "always" deals with such situations "in co-operation as a team," he said.
"We look at our audiences, we look at the messages we are trying to say as an institution, what are the stories we want to say in the exhibition?" Carron asked, "We are looking for good examples of how to influence the world, "While the above-mentioned elements were removed, the museum explained in a statement from the Hollywood reporter why they had decided to leave other souvenirs for their relationship with Ryan White, a AIDS-diagnosed boy who, before his death, 1
The three souvenir pieces were removed "in excess of caution and in response to controversy" around the documentary, the museum said. in the statement, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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