Michael Jackson’s “Innocent” Ads Banned For “Perpetuating Fear”

Michael Jackson’s “Innocent” Ads Banned For “Perpetuating Fear”
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Transport for London (TFL) has removed ads displayed on the sides of buses and bus stops that proclaimed Michael Jackson’s innocence amidst recent pedophilia allegations.

The ads were erected following a £20,000 ($A37,000) crowdfunding campaign by the star’s supporters.

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The adverts were positioned on the sides of buses and bus stops, depicting Jackson muffled by the word ‘innocent’ with the words ‘Facts don’t lie. People do’, which was a response to the Leaving Neverland documentary accusing Jackson of grooming underage boys.

TFL has removed the ads due to ‘public sensitivity and concern’.

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