Oprah Winfrey is to sit down with Michael Jackson's accusers following the airing of HBO's already controversial documentary, 'Leaving Neverland.'
According to Page Six, 'Oprah Winfrey Presents: After Neverland' will air at 10 p.m. March 4 immediately after the second installment of the four-hour documentary.
The segment will reportedly be a Q&A with both accusers Wade Robson and James Safechuck and discuss the subject matter in 'Leaving Neverland.'
The Jackson family have come out and attacked the documentary, and during an interview earlier this week with Gayle King, the shot down all claims of sexual abuse by their deceased relative.
"It has been well documented your brother spoke many times about sharing his bed with young children. Did any of you, at any time—" King said.
"Well, see ... when you phrased that, you know, 'sharing' his bed, young kids have sleepovers, camp out and just everybody in the bed and fall asleep. His kids were there. Taj was little at the time. And they all fall asleep in the bed and watching movies. And so you can twist it, saying, 'Sharing his bed,' but, yes, but it makes you think something else," Marlon Jackson interjected.
They are maintaining the innocence of the star who is not around to defend himself.