French fashion house Louis Vuitton has shown a documentary about Michael Jackson's release of men's clothing collection by 2019, and later kidnapping pop-stars with children.
The network is presented in January of the fashion week of Paris and should be published in stores in June. But Louis Vuitton's spokesman said that Jackson's products would not sell.
When the company did not know the Neverland movie, a documentary film about two teenage boys telling Jackson that he had been a teenager was sexually explicit.
The documentary has caused angry reactions on Jackson's heritage, some radio stations have stopped singing. Jackson's family announces accusations of "public execution without trial" and declares "100 percent innocent."
"We see documentary statements very disturbing," said Michael W. Weuton CEO Michael Brook. "The Company fully supports the protection of the rights of the child.
Louis Vuitton is the largest fashion brand in the world, with an annual turnover of more than 10 billion euros and the largest supporter of the French fashion group LFMH.