Cotton On recalls Michael Jackson clothing in-store and online

The unisex jacket above reportedly sold out before the documentary even aired, with fans eagerly waiting for the brand to restock. Source:

  No longer mad for MJ. The fallout from controversial documentary Leaving Neverland continues, after Wade Robson and James Safechuck claimed they were sexually abused by pop star Michael Jackson. In light of the four-hour doco, fans have seen Jackson’s music banned from radio and an episode in which he has a cameo on The Simpsons pulled off-air. Now, Aussie retailer Cotton On has removed clothing items from its collection bearing Jackson’s face and name.   Michael Jackson tees (like the one above) are no longer available nationwide. Source: CottonOn.comSource:Supplied…

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