Michael Jackson doc could get a sequel featuring more ‘victims’

Leaving ­Neverland’s director said he would like to make a sequel featuring more alleged ­victims of Michael Jackson.

Dan Reed spoke after the first part of the movie aired in the UK last night, with viewers shocked by child sex abuse claims made against the late singer by James Safechuck and Wade Robson.

He said he would film a follow-up, if accusers Jordan Chandler and Gavin Arvizo agreed to speak.

He added: “What’s interesting is to look at the Jordan Chandler civil case and criminal trial

And one of those 12-year-old boys, Jordan Chandler, was given millions of dollars to keep quiet.

“Those are two films I’d like to make. But Gavin and Jordan would have to come forward.”

Safechuck claims Jacko, who died in 2009 aged 50, abused him when he was 10. Robson also alleged he was attacked as a child.

Jackson denied the claims.

His pal, former actor Mark Lester, 60, defended the star.

He saw the film but said: “Nothing in my mind has changed about Michael.”