"To be honest, after, like, seeing everyone's story unfold, I was a little aggressive when I talked about it at first and, I mean, everyone has their own stories, and everyone has their own situations so, you know, I can't really take away from that", Carter said. "Everyone has their own stories and everyone has their own situations". I don't know, so I can't say 'Oh I was there, I was a fly on the wall.' Because I don't.
Carter then implied he's had his own uncomfortable encounter with Jackson.
Guesting on The Daily Show to talk about her new book The Path Made Clear, and her new mental-health series for Apple TV+ with Prince Harry, Noah turned talk to Oprah's interviews with alleged sex abuse victims in HBO's controversial documentary Leaving Neverland.
When asked to further explain, Carter did not give up many details.
"Okay, you're a grown man, and when Michael Jackson was alive, you are backing him", Carter said passionately.
"But when I saw that documentary, I realized that a lot of people are going to be triggered by watching it, and a lot of people will not understand what the pattern is", she said, adding that she'd done "217 shows trying to get people to understand that it's not about one person, that it is about the pattern".
He told the TMZ reporter that "it's appropriate to put my story about my experience with Michael", and that no matter the circumstances, he'd always "have his back, though". You are kissing his a**. "When you're in the midst of trauma, you may not remember the exact time". "What you're doing is you're actually stomping on an icon and a legend's grave".