The 76-year-old singer and actress Barbra Streisand made bizarre statements in a Friday interview about the alleged victims of sexual assault on Michael Jackson. Jackson is pictured in 2002
Barbra Streisand has finally apologized for defending his friend Michael Jackson after claiming that his two prosecutors "wanted to be there."
The legendary singer and actress, 76, unleashed a furious counterattack on Saturday after a bizarre interview, saying Jackson's "sexual needs were his sexual needs."
Following the indignation, she then made a statement that apparently continued to accuse the boys' parents.
However, the Oscar winner later published a separate statement on Twitter that went far beyond her earlier words, in which she made her published remarks in which she said she was deeply sorry.
Streisand wrote, "I am deeply sorry that I caused pain and misunderstandings that I had caused when I did not choose my words about Michael Jackson and his victims more carefully."
"I did not want to dismiss the trauma that these boys have experienced, like all survivors of sexual assault, they must carry this for the rest of their lives." I feel profound remorse and I hope that James and Wade know that I really respect and admire her for telling her the truth. "
The singer told the Washington Post in a statement that she" feels only sorry for the men, "but the boys' parents still blaming them for "allowing themselves to be seduced by fame and fantasy."
She said, "To be clear, there is no situation or circumstances in which the innocence of children can be exploited by anyone.
"The stories these two young men shared were painful to hear and I feel nothing but pity for them.
However, she continued to blame the parents of the two men, adding, "The most important job of a parent is to protect their children. It is clear that the parents of the two young men were also plagued and seduced by fame and imagination. & # 39;
She chose Twitter for her full apology.
Barbra Streisand, 76, told the British newspaper The Times that the two main themes of the documentary film "Leaving Neverland", the adults Wade Robson and James Safechuck, "were thrilled when children Being there and whatever happened to them "did not kill them"
Streisand said she believed the allegations meanwhile adult Wade Robson and James Safechuck in th The documentary "Leaving Neverland", but that Jackson's "sexual needs were his sexual needs" This January 24th pose a photo, Robson (left), Reed (center) and Safechuck (right) during the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah where the documentary was released
Streisand told the British newspaper The Times of London that the two main themes of the documentary "Leaving Neverland", "now adult Wade Robson and James Safechuck", thrilled were to be there as children and whatever happened you "did not kill them."
The recent documentary "Leaving Neverland" is about how Robson and Safechuck, who are now in their 30s, say, Jackson, who died in 2009 at the age of 50, sexually abused her Seven and 10. [19659005Streisandsaidshebelievesthevictims'allegationsbutshefeltbadforthemaswellasJacksonaddingthatJackson's"sexualneedswerehissexualneeds"andtheguiltlieswiththeboys'parents19659005] "I feel bad for the kids," she said of Robson and Safechuck. & # 39; I'm sorry. I guess, I think, the parents who would allow their children to sleep with him. Why did Michael need those little children who were dressed like him in shoes and in dancing and in hats? & # 39;
The director and producer of this film, British filmmaker Dan Reed, was shaken by many of Streisand's remarks.
"That did not kill her" @BarbraStreisand, did you really say that ?! Reed tweeted on Friday.
He added, "Is pedophilia tolerated in parts of the entertainment industry?"
Michael Jackson and the Robson family (from left to right) Joy Robson, Wade Robson, Michael Jackson, Chantal Robson, Dennis Robson
Stephanie Safechuck, the mother of the prosecutor James Safechuck, pictured with Jackson
. "I feel bad for the kids," said Streisand of Robson and Safechuck. & # 39; I'm sorry. I guess, I think, the parents who would allow their children to sleep with him. & # 39; Jackson is pictured with James Safechuck at the age of 10
. Why did Michael need those little kids who were dressed like him and in the shoes and the dance and the hats? Streisand said. Robson (right) and Jackson (left) are shown along with Robson as Jackson
Many people were shocked by the comments. Some of them felt bad about the news, said they were burning their albums and demanded that Streisand be "canceled".
A Twitter user with the handle & # 39; @ tialyn636 & # 39; have not chiseled and written words: Well, Barbra Streisand can fuck all the way & # 39; Others  described the Grammy and Oscar winner as a "sick woman," saying her comments were "unbelievably repugnant."
One said, "If there is one person who could put Müller in the foreground then it's Barbra Streisand, but I do not think it's about defending a pedophile."
Streisand apparently said "it did not kill her" and much more about Jackson, with whom she has crossed throughout her career, and his prosecutors.
"You can say, 'molested', but these children, As you have said [grown-up Robson and Safechuck]they were thrilled to be there.They both got married and both have children, so it didnt kill them," said
"His sexual needs were his sexual needs that came from his childhood or her DNA."
In an interview that covered a wide range of topics, including cloning her dogs, she tended to Staying at 4 in the morning and upcoming concerts in the UK, she also expressed that she regretted both the boys and Jackson, who died of a deadly cocktail of prescription drugs after a cardiac arrest.
Reed was shocked by the Comments, as well as many other people, some of whom felt bad about the news, said they would burn their albums and demand that Streisand be "canceled"
"I'm sick in the stomach," tweeted New York Magazine and HuffPost writer Yashar Ali.
Another Twitter user with the handle & # 39; @ tialyn636 & # 39; did not chisel words and wrote: "Well, Barbra Streisand can f ** k all the way. & # 39;
Streisand said of the mothers Stephanie Safechuck, left, and Joy Robson, "It is clear that" it is obvious that even the parents of the two young men of fame and fantasy were plagued and seduced.
Streisand and Jackson will be on December 14th Pictured in Los Angeles in 1986
Lawyer and Founder of the Gaia Project for Women's Leaders Elizabeth C McLaughlin tweeted on Friday: "Barbra Streisand is being canceled for ever." Dunzo. & # 39;
Even Persons Previously tuned by the tendency of the Internet to "instantly" cancel individuals, a user who was labeled as "Emma" on the platform agreed.
"I've changed my mind, just cancel culture so the pedologist Barbra Streisand can be canceled. Jfc, "Emma wrote.
One response to this post contained a red, flashing stamp across Streisand's face, in a photo of the Tribeca Film Festival 2017.
The Daily Caller reporter, Chuck Ross, wrote: "Burn all my Barbra Streisand Vinyl & #. 39;
. Streisand had to comment publicly in her interview on Friday. Streisand is shown at the Tribeca Film Festival 2017 in Manhattan