Barbara Streisand feels sorry for what’s happening after ‘Finding Neverland’

Barbara Streisand

Barbara Streisand reveals that she admits that Michael Jackson was a child molester, but also believes his victims got a ‘bonus’ and the “sexual attacks didn’t kill them,” according to a recent interview.

The singer was interviewed by UK’s The Times and shared a few interesting insights about the late Michael Jackson, as well as the two accusers featured in the highly controversial “Leaving Neverland.”

“His sexual needs were his sexual needs coming from whatever childhood he has or whatever DNA he has.”

Barbara Streisand added that she feels bad for both MJ and the children, which triggered a lot of people, who understood that she was saying that what happened is not a big deal.

Eventually, she issued a new statement, explaining that she didn’t want to dismiss the trauma the two boys experienced and, overall, feels bad for everything they went through.