This is the first museum to remove Michael Jackson items from their Exhibits after the broadcast of the pile of lies that is “Leaving Neverland” movie.

The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, located two hours away from the Jackson family’s hometown of Gary, Indiana, has removed a pair of Michael Jackson items from display following allegations of child sex abuse in the documentary Leaving Neverland.

One of Michael Jackson’s iconic gloves and fedoras, purchased at auction in 2017, as well as an autographed Michael Jackson poster were on display at the children’s museum until this month, when curators decided to remove the items following the premiere of Leaving Neverland, the Indianapolis Star reports.

“When we put together exhibitions, we look at the objects and their association with high-profile people. Obviously, we want to put stories in front of our visitors (showing) people of high character,” the museum’s director of collections Chris Carron told the newspaper.

“When you learn new stories or you look at something historical in a different way, then sometimes we re-evaluate whether that’s appropriate to be (on display).”

Michael Jackson visited the museum in 1990, around the same time he befriended an Indianapolis teenager named Ryan White who was diagnosed with HIV following a blood transfusion.

The museum recreated Ryan’s childhood room as part of this featured exhibit. Because of the positive role that Michael played in Ryan’s life, the pictures of Michael in the exhibit will remain.

“Ryan’s family found Michael Jackson’s Kindness to them to be an important part of Ryan’s story and the pictures of Michael displayed in that exhibit will always be an integral part of the Ryan White Story” Carron Stated.

Here a little video on Ryan’s bedroom:

The saddest story is that the Museum’s decision to remove Michael Jackson items is based on 2 liars allegation without any proofs or facts. Michael Jackson has done so much for children in his life time that it is heart braking to see such decision made!

SOURCE: Indianapolis Children’s Museum / IndyStar

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