Raymone K. Bain – Michael Jackson's former spokesman, general manager and president and COO of the Michael Jackson company – went into abuse allegations against the deceased singer.
"Michael Jackson … has been a victim since his death," she said at a press conference in Washington, DC.
"Michael Jackson is not a punching bag, and he deserves it better," she said.
About the Movie: "Leaving Neverland" covers claims by James Safechuck and Wade Robson that Michael Jackson has sexually abused them over a period of several years as children.
Robson, now 41, first met Jackson in his native Australia when he was about five years old. He said he had stayed with Jackson several times at his Neverland Ranch in California.
Safechuck, now 37, appeared as a kid with Jackson in a Pepsi commercial and was also a frequent visitor to the singer's home.
Both defended Jackson against other allegations of child abuse, but filed later – Robson in 2013 and Safechuck in 2014 – with their own allegations of abuse lawsuit against the estate of the singer. (Jackson's estate denied the allegations, but their cases were initially dismissed, but are reportedly on appeal.)