No longer angry at the MJ.
The fallout of a controversial documentary Never leave the country Continues, after Wade Robson and James Safechuck claimed that they were sexually abused by pop star Michael Jackson. Jackson.
In the light of the four-hour docu, the fans saw Jackson's music banned from the radio and an event in which he had an amulet The Simpsons She drew air.
Now, an Austrian cotton retailer has removed clothing items from his collection and theme of the Jackson face and name.
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The decision was enacted in all its stores, with the clothing branded as "high inventory risk" in the company's announcement.
"In light of the recent events, we made the ethical decision to remove all Michael Jackson products from our online stores, effective today," read the memo.
Voluntary withdrawal was carried out by 4:00 Wednesday, and then the clothes that were considered "not consistent with the core values of cotton on the group" no longer appears on the Internet.
"The decisions we make about the products we sell are updated by global trends and know what our customer likes," the company said in a statement.
News.com.au came to the cotton group for a response.
"I can confirm that the Michael Jackson product is no longer available from Cotton On stores," said Antoinette Marshall, corporate relations manager at Cotton On.
"We have nothing more to add."
Some customers have taken social media to disappoint their disappointment at the decision.
"Shame on you for pulling this range from the store," wrote one of the practitioners.
"#MJinnocent," he added.
"Please please restock this! I need this MATE! There's another way for MJ trader than big companies to understand, and it sucks when big fans like me are missing! Please, you'll see there's a demand and making more dealer available," begged one On Instagram post.
It is unclear whether customer complaints have resulted in the refund, or if the company has launched a pre-strike.
However, not all employees agree with the move.
"I understand why they remember all of MJ's stuff because they do not want a bad rep and Millennials to attack them on Twitter," said one of the cotton crew on news.com.au.
"But this whole scandal with MJ has been going on for years, it's not that it's new.
"If they were worried about what people would think, they should not [have] The shirts and jackets from Michael Jackson in the first place (knowing his past history).
"They had to put it up for sale like Kylie [Jenner] Made with the Jardin Collection, "the staff added.
The documentary has been at the center of controversy since it was broadcast.
Not only did he shake the Jackson's Fandom into his heart, he made former staff break their silence a decade after the death of the King of Pop.