MICHAEL Jackson’s music video producer believes Leaving Neverland’s two sex-abuse accusers — and understands why they initially defended the singer.
Rudi Dolezal, who first worked with Jacko during the “Dangerous” tour in Munich in 1992, said he believed the King of Pop was a “predator”.
Dolezal told Page Six: “I believe almost every word. It’s brilliant work.”
In Leaving Neverland James Safechuck, 40, along with Wade Robson, 36, claim the superstar entertainer horribly abused them while they were small boys and they have revealed harrowing details of their alleged ordeal.
The Jackson estate and the pop star’s legion of fanatical fans have branded the men money grabbing liars.
But Dolezal believes the allegations which were graphically laid bare in the two part documentary that was aired on Channel Four and HBO earlier this month.
Dolezal said: “If the Michael Jackson legend is destroyed by this, the person responsible is Michael Jackson — no one else.
“Nobody would stop Michael. It’s hard to believe an icon is a con.”
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Dolezal, who is an music industry veteran with 1,000 music videos, 500 documentaries and 500 concert films, also revealed that when he worked with Jackson he would only be filmed on the days he was performing.
When Dolezal asked Jackson’s assistance why he couldn’t film other times, Dolezal claims he was told, “on those days, he doesn’t have a nose.”
In fact it was said that so much cartilage had been removed during plastic surgery, Jackson’s nose had collapsed.
Dolezal said. “He needed a plastic nose that took hours to put on with putty and makeup.”
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