Leaving Neverland has created a divide on the internet. While many feel that the allegations made in the documentary are valid, others think this is a smear campaign against Michael Jackson. The singer isn't alive to defend himself but he does have a legion of followers who are standing up on his behalf. In fact, child star Corey Feldman, who was a close friend of Jackson, took issue with the portrayal of the singer in the documentary. Taking to Twitter, he defended Jackson's honor while claiming the documentary was "poorly made."


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“OK I WATCHED IT ALL I KNOW IS WHAT I EXPERIENCED, & YES EVERY EXPERIENCE WAS THE SAME….RIGHT UP 2 THE SEX PART!” he wrote on Twitter. “THAT IS WHERE IT BECOMES LALA LAND, INSTEAD OF NEVERLAND 4 ME. WE NEVER SPOKE ABOUT SEX OTHER THAN A FEW WARNINGS ABOUT HOW SEX WAS SCARY, & DANGEROUS. MJ"

He added, "NEVER ONCE SWORE IN MY PRESENCE, NEVER TOUCHED ME INAPPROPRIATELY, & NEVER EVER SUGGESTED WE SHOULD BE LOVERS IN ANY WAY! I FEEL LIKE IF PPL COULD HEAR OUR CONVOS THEY WOULD HEAR THE INNOCENCE IN THEM. NO HINT OF PERVERSION. I HAV A TAPE, IM THINKIN ABOUT RELEASING, WHICH COULD GIV PPL A REAL LOOK @ WHAT A 30 YR OLD MAN/CHILD & A 13 YR OLD BOY WOULD DISCUSS, SO EVERY1 COULD HEAR THE INNOCENCE OF R RELATIONSHIP.”

He claimed he still has friends from the Neverland days who can vouch for what he's saying. He added that he believes the accusers are motivated by making money off of MJ's estate. "PRAY THOSE BOYS CAN SLEEP W THAT SAME CLARITY OF CONSCIOUSNESS! LET GOD B THY JUDGE!" He tweeted.

Peep the tweets below.