The family of Michael Jackson has described a new documentary about alleged child sex abuse by the late singer as a "public lynching".
The estate issued a statement saying he was 100 per cent innocent of such accusations.
It follows the premiere of Leaving Neverland on Friday at the Sundance film festival.
The film tells the story of two men, now in their 30s, who say they were befriended by the Thriller singer and sexually abused by him when they were seven and ten years old.
The documentary received a standing ovation at Sundance.
It will be shown on cable channel HBO this spring.