The 20-year-old daughter of pop icon Michael launched a four-letter word tirade at United States entertainment website TMZ on her Twitter account on Saturday evening (UK time).
Shortly afterwards, the UK's Daily Mail followed up with a similar story.
She has tweeted indirectly about the documentary but Michael Jackson's children, for the most part, have remained silent.
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"F*** you you f****** liars", she wrote on Saturday. But she also said that she stands by her cousin, Taj Jackson, who stood up for the deceased singer's reputation.
Following the documentary's premiere back in January, the Jackson estate called it nothing but a "tabloid character assassination", while Jackson's music has been dropped from radio airwaves around the world, and his appearance on The Simpsons being removed from streaming services in recent weeks. "She's now in stable condition".
"I support him. But that's not my role". "I'm just tryna get everyone to chill out and go with the flow, be mellow and think about the bigger picture". While Paris Jackson reportedly hasn't seen Leaving Neverland, TMZ claims "the Jackson kids have been in turmoil over the renewed allegations" and "that they feel the doc was one-sided and unfair".
The Michael Jackson Community - which claims to be the "official fan club forum" for the "King of Pop" - and the MJ Street and On The Line groups accuse Robson Wade and James Safechuck of "lynching" the star.