American actor Marlon Brando, who was friends with Michael Jackson, suspected that the musician was molesting children. It is reported by the Los Angeles Times.
It is noted that in 1994 the prosecutor's office summoned the artist for questioning, during which he retold one of his conversations with the pop singer, which occurred during lunch at Jackson's ranch. According to Brando, he began to giggle and be embarrassed after the question of whether he is a virgin and masturbates. He added that the artist behaved strangely for a 35-year-old man and seemed to live in a completely different world.
“He said he hates his father and started to cry,” Brando shared. Then the actor asked Jackson about his friends, to which he replied that he did not like anyone of his age. The actor asked why it happened, and the singer burst into tears and said: “I don’t know, I don’t know.”
In an interview with prosecutors, Brando admitted that he initially considered Jackson to be gay, but after that conversation at the ranch he began to suspect that "he may have something to do with children." “I realized that he has problems in life,” said the actor.
In January, at the Sundance Festival, the premiere of the Leaving Neverland documentary, which tells about the pedophilia of the musician, was premiered. The four-hour picture reveals the testimony of two alleged victims of Jackson - Wade Robson and James Seyfchak, who are now about 30 years old.
In 1993, a case was opened against Michael Jackson about the seduction of 13-year-old Jordan Chandler, however, after a settlement, the Chandler family withdrew the claim, and the case was dismissed. The father of the boy, Evan Chandler, who accused the singer of pedophilia, committed suicide in November 2009.
In 2004, a new lawsuit was filed against the singer with charges of pedophilia, but in 2005 this case was also dismissed after a jury trial. Formal charges of seduction of minors were never brought to Jackson.