INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (ADAMS) – Several Michael Jackson items are no longer on display at the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis.
They’re joining with other organizations that have ceased all connections to the late singer after the airing of the “Leaving Neverland” documentary.
The Children’s Museum manager of public relations says three items were removed in an excess of caution because of the allegations of abuse against children.
The museum’s exhibit “The Power of Children” continues to display several Michael Jackson pictures because it is a direct re-creation the room of a boy from Kokomo who died of HIV/AIDS.
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