Oprah Winfrey recently doubled down surrounding her decision to interview Wade Robson and James Safechuck, the two men who claimed they experienced years of abuse at the hands of entertainer Michael Jackson.
While doing promotion for her latest book, The Path Made Clear, Oprah Winfrey stopped by The Daily Show with Trevor Noah to discuss the backlash she received for her interview with Michael Jackson's accusers. Months after the film's premiere, it's still a hot conversation topic, and now Aaron Carter said that he had his "own experience" with Jackson.
Last week there were rumors that HBO will be removing the Leaving Neverland documentary from their programming. I can't really take away from that. "I don't know. I can't be like, 'Oh, I was there, I was a fly on the wall, I know, ' 'cause I don't".
"In regard to that situation, I actually have my own experience that happened with Michael, so I'm going to be talking about that in the future", Carter hinted. He said that he will "always have [Jackson's] back", but will also "tell [his] truth".
"But when I saw that documentary", she went on, "I realized that a lot of people are going to be triggered by watching it, and a lot of people will not understand what the pattern is".
Offering up a message to the Jacksons ahead of what is sure to become a huge drama instigated by one of Jackson's closest child star friends and longtime supporter, Carter adds, "I love you guys and even if I say something you don't like, it's still my truth and you're gonna have to accept it". "You are up his a**". And then when he dies, you decide that's a good time to come out? No.