Leaving Neverland director says sequel will 'uncover more abuse'

Leaving Neverland director says sequel will 'uncover more abuse'

Leaving Neverland director says sequel will 'uncover more abuse'

A month after he threatened to punch Wade Robson in the face for claiming Jackson sexually abused him in the explosive documentary Leaving Neverland, the I Want Candy singer has revealed he's now planning to come forward with new claims against the Thriller star in a memoir.

Aaron Carter has hinted he's set to reveal all about "an experience" he had with late pal Michael Jackson that the King of Pop's family won't like.

The conversation began with a question on if it's appropriate for HBO to remove Leaving Neverland from HBO's live broadcast schedule. I mean, everyone has their own stories and everyone has their own situations so I can't really take away from that. I don't know, so I can't say 'Oh I was there, I was a fly on the wall.' Because I don't.

When speaking to TMZ on Thursday, however, Carter suggested that he has his own story about Jackson to tell, though he did not go into detail.

"Over the last 30 years, I've built a reputation as someone who's uncompromising about telling the truth", he added.

"Okay, you're a grown man, and when Michael Jackson was alive, you are backing him", Carter said passionately. "Even if I say something that you don't like, it's still my truth and you're just going to have to accept it".

"You're just gonna have to find out", Carter replied while plugging an autobiography that he's now writing, adding that "he'll always have [MJ's] back, however, he will tell his truth". You are kissing his a**.

Their interview was engaging; amusing at times, honest at others, and by the time it came to an end, Trevor's fans didn't want her to leave (as you'll see in the clip below), such was the impression she left on her audience. "What you're doing is you're actually stomping on an icon and a legend's grave".