James Brolin is assured there was a misunderstanding concerning Barbra Streisand’s controversial remarks concerning the “Leaving Neverland” documentary.

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Streisand issued an apology in March following an interview with The Instances of London through which she stated the alleged abuse perpetrated by Michael Jackson “didn’t kill” the alleged victims.

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Brolin touched on the backlash involving his spouse in a brand new interview with Folks. “That was a false impression,” he asserted. “We’re mainly not nefarious folks.”

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“No matter we could say that may be a soundbite, most likely sit and speak to us and also you’ll discover out, ‘Oh, they didn’t imply that in any respect,’” Brolin continued.

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“Leaving Neverland” — a documentary specializing in two alleged youngster abuse sufferer of iconic singer Michael Jackson — turned a scorching matter in media and has drawn responses from each Jackson’s property and household.

Brolin and Streisand have been married for greater than two-decades, tying the knot on July 1, 1998.

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