Paris Jackson Stands Behind Father Michael Jackson’s Innocence in Wake ‘Leaving Neverland’ Premiere [PHOTO]

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Paris Jackson Stands Behind Father Michael Jackson’s Innocence in Wake ‘Leaving Neverland’ Premiere [PHOTO]

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Paris Jackson loves her father, and she’s tired of the public’s attempt to tarnish his legacy, especially when he’s not here to fight back.

TMZ reports Paris hasn’t seen Leaving Neverland, and has no intentions of watching director Dan Reed’s slanderous four-hour documentary about her late father, Michael Jackson. It’s also said she has no interest in hearing the “graphic description” of Wade Robson and James Safechuck’s alleged stories of molestation because she believes in her dad.

Aside from having no watch to view the documentary (which has a longer run time than Titanic), it’s reported – contrary to previous stories – that Paris was never given the chance to view the film before its release.

Paris’ mom, Debbie Rowe, is also steering clear of Reed’s project. TMZ says Rowe doesn’t see the point in watching it because he passed away years ago.

If you haven't had a chance to view the four-hour documentary, watch the trailer below.

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