Michael Jackson's Relatives Defend Him From 'Leaving Neverland' Accusations: Today on Inside Edition

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Michael Jackson's family members are defending him ahead of the premiere of "Leaving Neverland," a four-hour documentary accusing him of sexual abuse. 

His nephew Taj Jackson insisted on "CBS This Morning" that the late pop icon "didn't have that bone in his body." But Michael's personal maid painted a different picture in a 2013 interview with Inside Edition.

An angry father scolded his 13-year-old son's teacher for allegedly having sex with the boy in a searing phone call that was recently released by officials. Hear what he said. 

A couple was captured on camera frantically racing after their departing cruise. Inside Edition spoke to an expert about how you can avoid being left behind. 

And Selma Blair offered her thanks in the wake of an outpouring of support for her as she battles MS.

For more Inside Edition stories, tune in to today's show. Check local listings here.


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