Music video producer Rudi Dolezal, who worked with Michael Jackson for many years, believes the two sex-abuse accusers featured in the documentary “Leaving Neverland,” and he understands why they initially defended Jackson.
Dolezal, who first met Jackson when he filmed the “Dangerous” tour in Munich in 1992, told me, “I believe almost every word. It’s brilliant work.”
The two accusers first denied they’d been molested, because they may have feared attacks by Jackson’s rabid fans, who could deem them money-grubbing liars.
“Nobody would stop Michael,” Dolezal said. “It’s hard to believe an icon is a con.”