Children’s Museum Removes Michael Jackson Items Following Documentary
HBO's 'Leaving Neverland' has been stirring up a lot of controversy. It's a four hour long tell all from two of Michael Jackson's now accusers. It's a complicated, chilling story that has many Michael Jackson fans outraged, and many people left in shock.
There has been radio stations that have pulled Michael Jackson's songs of the air, the Simpsons have removed an episode from it's circulation featuring Jackson, and now an Indianapolis Children's Museum has removed some of his items from display.
According to CBS News, one of his signature gloves and fedora were recently removed do to "an excess amount of caution." Also taken down was a signed poster from the Power Of Children Exhibit.
There are still some images being displayed of Michael, notably in the recreation of Ryan White's room. The family of Ryan White (a young child AIDS activist), said that Michael was an important part of Ryan's story and those images will not be removed.