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