Michael Jackson Estate Sues HBO Over Documentary
Can they beat it? The TV network and its parent company, Time Warner, are facing a lawsuit brought yesterday by representatives of the late King of Pop over its plans to air a documentary about Jackson’s alleged sexual abuse. Seeking damages that could top $100 million, estate executors say HBO breached a non-disparagement clause stemming from a 1992 agreement.
Will HBO give in? It doesn’t seem like it: The network still plans to air Leaving Neverland on March 3 and 4.
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