‘PAEDO’ JACKO IN UK RADIO BAN
RADIO bosses are set to AXE Michael Jackson songs from their playlists as more evidence about this noncery emerges.
Jacko was running “the most sophisticated” child sex abuse operation “the world has known”, according to legal papers.
It is also believed the King of Pop was abusing kids “until the day he died” and has “many more” victims out there, a lawyer for Jackson accusers Wade Robson, 36, and James Safechuck, 40, claims.
It comes following after the bombshell documentary Leaving Neverland featuring the pair’s horrifying child sex abuse claims against the Billie Jean star, screened at the Sundance Film Festival.
And now pop radio execs are having urgent talks to decide what to do about Jacko’s music.
One radio boss said: “When Gary Glitter was unmasked as a kiddy-fiddler his music disappeared from the playlists overnight.
“But Jackson – even though every sane person knows he was an awful paedophile – still gets played.
“After Leaving Neverland, things are changing.
“The time is coming when all Jacko music will be taboo.
“The only problem will be his mad fans who are so insane they simply can’t accept their idol was a big old nonce who got his kicks touching kids.
“And I tell you what…I would not be at all surprised if they start physically attacking any radio station that moves to ban their hero’s tunes.”
The Thriller singer is also accused of setting up two companies as a front so he could find, groom and sexually abuse kids, a 2016 legal complaint claims.
Australian dancer Wade details seven years of harrowing abuse allegations in the lawsuit, originally filed under seal in Los Angeles Superior Court in May 2013.
FACING THE CHOP: Michael Jackson
NO AIRPLAY: Glitter