Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace ‘traumatised’ by Michael Jackson documentary Leaving Neverland as she reveals own abuse age seven

Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace has been left “traumatised” by the Michael Jackson documentary Leaving Neverland.

The reality star opened up about the abuse she suffered aged seven as she tried to understand the first part of the shocking programme, which features accounts from Wade Robson and James Safechuck.

Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace was traumatised by the documentary
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In a series of tweets, Aisleyne expressed her shock, horror and upset – admitting at one point she “couldn’t breathe”.

She wrote: “Please god don’t let this be true #LeavingNeveland.”

As the allegations from Wade and James continued, she told fans: “I can’t even catch my breath… I can’t breath watching this #LeavingNeverland (sic).

“I’m so confused I feel traumatised watching this and STILL don’t want to believe it…. but these men’s accounts are… just…. horrific and if they’re lying they deserve oscars no? #LeavingNeverland.”

Details of Michael’s relationship with two young boys was revealed
The star tweeted about her feelings towards the show

Drawing on her own experiences, she continued: “I was touched when I was about 7/8 (I’ve spoken about this openly before) i 100% knew it was wrong & froze in absolute fear…

“Wade said he didn’t think it was wrong when MJ done it to him? but then it was a complete stranger in my case so I just don’t know #LeavingNeverland.”

The controversial two-part film, made by British filmmaker Dan Reed, contains interviews with two former childhood fans of the Thriller singer who claim they were abused by him when they were children in his enormous California mansion dubbed Neverland.


The documentary details fresh abuse claims from Wade Robson, a choreographer who says Jackson began abusing him when he was 7, and James Safechuck, a former child actor who says the singer began molesting him when he was 10.

Viewers tonight felt sick and many turned off as they heard graphic details of the abuse.

Others felt anger towards the victims’ parents as Jackson reportedly molested them in front of their eyes.

Jackson always maintained he was innocent of sexually abusing young boys up until his death in 2009.


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