Sequel to ‘Leaving Neverland’ might be in works

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Oprah Winfrey told Trevor Noah she was subjected to a level of "hateration", for speaking to Michael Jackson's accusers on HBO, that she had not encountered since the late 90's when she participated Ellen DeGeneres' coming-out "puppy episode" of her ABC sitcom. TMZ caught up with Carter on Thursday and asked him for his opinion on HBO recently debunking rumors that "Leaving Neverland" was pulled from their network, at which point he admitted that he'd originally been "aggressive" when discussing Safechuck and Robson. Carter backtracked on his former stance, which was strongly against the film, and explained why. Everyone has their own stories. I can't really take away from that.

"Everybody wanted to meet Michael or be with Michael ... and then he likes you", Wade Robson, who was befriended by Jackson at a young age, says in a new trailer released Tuesday.

However, "In regards to that situation, I actually have my own experience that happened with Michael, so I'm going to be talking about that in the future".

"When I first saw that documentary, I realized a lot of people were going to get triggered watching it, and that a lot of people will not understand what the pattern is", Oprah said during a Wednesday evening interview with Trevor Noah on The Daily Show.

He added: "I'm doing a book on my whole life, and I think it's appropriate to put my story about my experience with Michael [in that]".

Carter did not immediately respond to Newsweek's request for comment. He recalled spending time with Jackson when he was 15, and said that Jackson encouraged him in his career. "You are up his a**".

Their interview was engaging; amusing at times, honest at others, and by the time it came to an end, Trevor's fans didn't want her to leave (as you'll see in the clip below), such was the impression she left on her audience.

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