Gogglebox cast react with horror to Michael Jackson abuse documentary

The stars of Gogglebox Australia have slammed the parents of Michael Jackson’s alleged abuse victims after watching the harrowing Leaving Neverland documentary.

The two-part HBO series, which aired on Channel 10 over the weekend, features disturbing accusations by Wade Robson and James Safechuck that they were groomed and molested by ‘The King of Pop’ as children.

After watching the documentary Matt Dalton claimed he accepted that Jackson was a paedophile as well as a ‘superstar musician’.

Other Goggleboxers directed their anger at the parents of Jackson’s abusers, whose negligence allowed the alleged child sex abuse to take place.

'What mother puts their child in this situation?' The Gogglebox cast reacted with horror to Michael Jackson abuse documentary Leaving Neverland on Thursday's episode. Pictured: Isabelle Silbery in tears over allegations

'What mother puts their child in this situation?' The Gogglebox cast reacted with horror to Michael Jackson abuse documentary Leaving Neverland on Thursday's episode. Pictured: Isabelle Silbery in tears over allegations

‘What mother puts their child in this situation?’ The Gogglebox cast reacted with horror to Michael Jackson abuse documentary Leaving Neverland on Thursday’s episode. Pictured: Isabelle Silbery in tears over allegations

After listening to  Robson’s allegations that he was abused by Jackson from the age of seven, Faye Kontos said she could not understand how parents would let their children stay with the singer overnight. 

‘I believe them [the accusers], and I think the parents are f**ked for allowing their kids to stay overnight,’ she said, visibly angry.

Isabelle Silbery also questioned the parents of Robson and Safechuck, asking tearfully: ‘What mother puts their child in these situations?’  

Disbelief: 'Why would you say "yes" to your child being taken out of your hands to go and stay with a grown man?' asked Gogglebox star Lee (pictured)

Disbelief: 'Why would you say "yes" to your child being taken out of your hands to go and stay with a grown man?' asked Gogglebox star Lee (pictured)

Disbelief: ‘Why would you say “yes” to your child being taken out of your hands to go and stay with a grown man?’ asked Gogglebox star Lee (pictured)

Harrowing: Leaving Neverland, which aired on Channel 10 over the weekend, features disturbing accusations by Wade Robson (pictured) and James Safechuck that they were groomed and molested by Michael Jackson as children

Harrowing: Leaving Neverland, which aired on Channel 10 over the weekend, features disturbing accusations by Wade Robson (pictured) and James Safechuck that they were groomed and molested by Michael Jackson as children

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Harrowing: Leaving Neverland, which aired on Channel 10 over the weekend, features disturbing accusations by Wade Robson (pictured) and James Safechuck that they were groomed and molested by Michael Jackson as children

Meanwhile, Di Kershaw described one of the alleged victim’s parents as ‘beyond stupid’.

Gogglebox favourite Lee also demanded answers, saying: ‘Why would you say “yes” to your child being taken out of your hands to go and stay with a grown man?’ 

While her husband Keith acknowledged that Jackson’s accusers could be lying, he said there was ‘too much detail’ to the allegations for them to be false.

Graphic allegations: While Lee's husband Keith (left) acknowledged that Jackson's accusers could be lying, he said there was 'too much detail' to the allegations for them to be false

Graphic allegations: While Lee's husband Keith (left) acknowledged that Jackson's accusers could be lying, he said there was 'too much detail' to the allegations for them to be false

Graphic allegations: While Lee’s husband Keith (left) acknowledged that Jackson’s accusers could be lying, he said there was ‘too much detail’ to the allegations for them to be false

Leaving Neverland was aired for the first time in the U.S. earlier this month. The documentary was later broadcast in the UK, followed by Australia. 

Jackson’s family has called the documentary and news coverage of the accusations a ‘public lynching’, insisting that Michael was ‘100 per cent innocent.’ 

It has since emerged that the children of Michael Jackson are considering suing the alleged victims over a number of grounds, including emotional distress. 

Denial: Jackson's family has called the documentary and news coverage of the accusations a 'public lynching', asserting he was '100 percent innocent'

Denial: Jackson's family has called the documentary and news coverage of the accusations a 'public lynching', asserting he was '100 percent innocent'

Potential lawsuit: It has now emerged the children of Michael Jackson are now considering suing the alleged victims over a number of grounds including emotional distress

Potential lawsuit: It has now emerged the children of Michael Jackson are now considering suing the alleged victims over a number of grounds including emotional distress

Explosive: The shocking allegations were aired for the first time in the US earlier in the week and have since aired in the UK (pictured left Wade Robson with Jackson, and right Jimmy Safechuck with the singer)

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