Wade Robson and James Safechuck, the former were in their thirties and the latter in their forties at the time of the film's release, this documentary talks about the pop sensation who allegedly molested them at the Neverland Ranch as well as at the singer's apartment at Century City.
The Jackson estate filed a $75 million lawsuit against HBO ahead of Leaving Neverland's premiere, calling the documentary "unvetted propaganda to shamelessly exploit an innocent man no longer here to defend himself".
The documentary has divided the public with the Facebook fan page "Michael Jackson Fans in New Zealand - 2015" urging fans to boycott the screening in an attempt to "put a glitch" in the documentary's ratings. Of the decision to delete the episode, Brooks told WSJ that while he is "against book burning of any kind", he and his colleagues feel that "this is our book, and we're allowed to take out a chapter". Jackson, his accusers claim, would begin to lose interest in his alleged victims once they had started puberty and would begin to seek out new boys to groom and later abuse.
The singer and model later followed this up with: "I know injustices are frustrating and it's easy to get worked up".
Jackson was tried on child molestation charges in 2005 and acquitted.
Michael Jackson with his accuser James Safechuck who alleges the star sexually abused him
Paris Jackson has raised concerns by posting a video of herself smoking a bong just days after hitting out at the Leaving Neverland documentary.
Taj claimed that the family do not wish to "put more energy" into the abuse claims because they don't want to draw any more attention to the documentary.
"And he stood there and watched the guy who was so nervous, who had to sound like Michael Jackson". "I'm still on the fence about how to separate the man from the art".
"I think it's sort of irresponsible not to", she said.