The estate of Micheal Jackson has released a statement, blasting the HBO documentary Leaving Neverland after it nabbed a Creative Emmy.

"For a film that is a complete fiction to be honored in a nonfiction Emmy category is a complete farce," the estate said in a statement. 

"Not one shred of proof supports this completely one-sided, so-called documentary which was made in secrecy and for which not one person outside of the two subjects and their families were interviewed."

Leaving Neverland beat out docs such as Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened and Minding the Gap.

After the doc was released, the family sued HBO for breaching contract. HBO has been defiant and even filed a request for a judge to dismiss the lawsuit altogether. A judge will make a decision at a hearing later this week.

Jackson has always denied the allegations against him and his estate has vehemently denied the new allegations from James Safechuck and Wade Robson.