As the documentary "Leaving Neverland" puts Michael Jackson in the limelight for a myriad of sexual molestation accusations, his children are having to deal with the claims made against their late father. The Jackson family discussed the impact the documentary had on Paris, Prince, and Blanket, in an interview with E! News.

Tito, Taj, Marlon, and Jackie Jackson revealed to E! News that Michael’s children find the claims made by Wade Robson and James “Jimmy” Safechuck “devastating.”

"They can't believe it, because they know Wade," Jackie told the outlet. "They can't believe what is going on.”

Paris, Prince, and Blanket adamantly deny the claims against their father, despite the information presented in the "Leaving Netherland" documentary. Both Robson and Safechuck made claims in the film that Michael sexually molested them in the early ‘80s.

While Radar Online reported that Paris has seen the film prior to its release, she urged her siblings to avoid watching it. Paris may remember the boys that her father had at Neverland Ranch, but she still denies the accusations that her father may have sexually molested these children, according to one Radar Online source.

While all three children have not spoken out about the documentary, Jackie told E! News that "I am sure they will speak out later... They are going through some troubling times. It's painful for them."