Leaving Neverland, which aired on March 3 and 4 on HBO, focused on Wade Robson and James Safechuck’s allegations that the pop legend sexually molested them multiple times when they were young.
The film has been met with critics on both sides, some who believe Wade, 36, and James, 41, and some who don’t.
Tamra, 52, shared her thoughts on the film on Monday, March 25.
“We finally watched #leavingneverland last night,” she wrote on her Instagram. “I have this unsettled feeling in my gut and I can’t stop thinking about it.”
“i know some say it can’t be true and others say of course it’s true,” Tamra continued. “I’ll keep my opinion to myself as hard as that is for me.”
The mother-of-three added a hashtag, “#prayforvictimsandfamilies.” “I believe this documentary will help a lot of victims out,” she explained after someone asked why she included it in her post.
She also admitted she felt bad for Michael’s children. His daughter, Paris, emphatically denied reports that she tried to commit suicide on Saturday, March 16, as the controversy around Leaving Neverland continued to mount.