Per The Inquisitr, musician Sheryl Crow revealed in a recent interview with The Guardian that she felt angry at people in Michael Jackson's circle after she heard about the sexual abuse allegations against the late singer in HBO's Leaving Neverland. According to Wade Robson and James Safechuck, Jackson sexually abused them as children, and Crow said in the interview that this abuse was enabled by the people that surrounded Jackson regularly.
It appears that Crow is now having second thoughts about her comments. As pointed out on Twitter by Mediaite senior columnist John Ziegler, Crow used her appearance on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen to reveal that she "regrets" the comments after being asked to reveal the most regrettable thing she has ever said in an interview.
"I think I might have said something recently about Michael Jackson," she said. "And that kind of backfired. But, kind of taken out of context."
During her interview with The Guardian, Crow was asked about how she responded to the allegations of abuse against Jackson.
"I happened to turn on CNN the morning after the first half [of the documentary] aired, and they showed clips of the young man who was on the Jackson tour with us and it made me … I mean, I still feel really … It's like a death in the family, you know? It's sad."