MICHAEL Jackson fans want the two men who’ve accused the singer of sexually abusing them as kids to take lie detector tests.
Leaving Neverland viewers say they want proof that Wade Robson, 36, and James Safechuck, 40, are telling the truth.
In the explosive documentary the two men revealed horrific details of how Jackson allegedly molested them at his Neverland ranch.
But while many who watched the harrowing film were left in no doubt over Jackson’s guilt, some have continued to defend him.
Posting on Twitter, they asked experts to settle the stories once and for all.
One wrote: “My verdicts still out on this one but – this show is 4 hours long…you get 20 minutes on on the Jeremy Kyle show.
“Stick the 2 guys and the mum who keeps laughing on a lie detector and see what that finds.”
Another wrote: “A lie detector would prove their story one way or another.”
In the controversial documentary, which aired on Channel 4 this week, Wade and James explained in graphic detail the sex abuse they claim to have suffered at the hands of the King of Pop.
Some viewers said they had to stop watching the film as the gruesome descriptions made them feel physically sick.
Among the grim stories was James’ harrowing recollection of how he was allegedly taught how to masturbate by Jackson.
Leaving Neverland sparked a massive backlash, with Jackson fans staging protests outside Channel 4 over the channel’s decision to broadcast the film.
Jackson’s family ave also launched a multi-million dollar lawsuit over the documentary, and publicly condemned the film as a “public lynching”.