The broadcaster will go ahead with Finding Neverland, which contains claims by two men that the singer assaulted them

Channel 4 is to go ahead with the broadcast of British director Dan Reed’s controversial documentary about Michael Jackson’s alleged abuse of two children, despite demands from the late singer’s estate to pull it from the schedule.

“We tried to make it graphic enough to be eye-opening and for people to be confronted with what it means for a little child to be seduced and raped by an adult paedophile,” the Bafta-winning film-maker Reed said this weekend.

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