Therapist Provided For Viewers Of Michael Jackson Documentary

Today Angie Martinez talked to Page Six TV correspondent Carlos Greer and he revealed what's going down in Utah where the new Michael Jackson documentary was screened for the first time today.

Carlos revealed that there are therapists are on hand at Sundance for the people who watch 'Leaving Neverland' in case they are left traumatized by the graphic nature of the doc and left in need of therapy.

He also revealed that security has been beefed up and there's dogs searching the screening room where the four hour long documentary is being screened.  "I don't know if they're sniffing for bombs, but security is heightened" Carlos says.

The Jackson Family has already denounced the documentary saying that the "the accusers are not to be believed and they've had cases thrown out the past."

The doc will premiere on HBO.

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