Tuesday May 26, 2020

No plans to remove Michael Jackson waxwork

National Wax Museum director Paddy Dunning said there were no plans to remove the sculpture in light of the fresh child sex abuse allegations made against Jackson in the feature-length documentary Leaving Neverland

10th March, 2019

The waxwork figure of Michael Jackson is to remain on show at the National Wax Museum in Dublin, following the airing of a shocking new documentary on the superstar.

When contacted by The Sunday Business Post, museum director Paddy Dunning said there were no plans to remove the sculpture in light of the fresh child sex abuse allegations made against Jackson in the feature-length documentary Leaving Neverland.

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