La Toya Jackson makes her first public appearance since her 1993 interview aired.
The estate of Michael Jackson is facing some serious heat right now ever since Leaving Neverland debuted. Wade Robson and James Safechuck came forward with allegations against Michael Jackson claiming that he molested them when they were children. The allegations aren't new at all. A 1993 interview with La Toya Jackson suggesting her brother was guilty of molesting children surfaced online. Despite making these claims, she was spotted at a Michael Jackson tribute show in Mexico this past weekend.
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La Toya Jackson was spotted at a Michael Jackson tribute show which is described as "the world’s best production that pays tribute to the greatest hits by Michael Jackson and The Jackson 5." The star arrived at the show waving at fans as she donned a sleek outfit with a bedazzled top. The tribute show is actually endorsed by the Jackson Family Foundation.
This marks the first time she was seen since the 1993 interview resurfaced. Speaking to MTV, LaToya said that she has personally seen the hush cheques that were written to the alleged victims. "Michael is my brother, I love him a great deal but I cannot, and will not, be a silent collaborator of his crimes against small, innocent children," she said.
Earlier today, reports surfaced claiming that Michael Jackson's kids are considering taking legal action against Wade Robson and James Safechuck.