Michael Jackson Accusers Say They're Entitled to His Genitalia Pictures

Michael Jackson's production company is taking legal action to prevent two accusers from obtaining sensitive police photos that may contain images of the late pop star's private parts. Attorneys representing Wade Robson and James Safechuck argue that they have the right to access this evidence that allegedly proves Jackson's involvement in sexually abusing children.

On the other hand, Thomas Mesereau and Jennifer Keller, legal representatives for Michael Jackson's corporations, have refuted these claims, stating that there is no credible evidence to support the accusations made by Robson and Safechuck.

They highlight Jackson's 2005 criminal trial where he was acquitted and completely exonerated by a conservative jury.

The ongoing legal battle is a result of the revived lawsuit filed by Wade and James, who have accused Jackson of molesting them as children. The production company's attempt to block access to the criminal file underscores the contentious nature of the case.

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