Biographer Mike Smallcombe, bodyguard Matt Fiddes and actor Mark Lester are among the King of Pop's pals appearing in "Michael Jackson: Chase the Truth", which insists James Safechuck and Wade Robson's sexual abuse allegations were motivated by money.
"It's always financial. It's hard to understand how these allegations can be true," Fiddes, who worked with the "Bad" hitmaker for 10 years, commented.
"Now two accusers (are) going to sue the Jackson estate," added Smallcombe. "All of Michael Jackson's accusers - it's always been about money."
Dan Reed's documentary detailed allegations from Wade Robson and James Safechuck, who claimed the "Thriller" star sexually abused them at the height of his fame - claims the late singer and his estate have consistently denied.
The new clip details how Robson and Safechuck launched a failed legal challenge against Jackson's estate before filming the damning feature.
It also shows Smallcombe examining key allegations made against the star, and seemingly debunking certain claims, including an incident that allegedly happened in the Neverland train station before the structure was built.
"I believe this crushes 'Leaving Neverland' and I hope stops the documentary winning the nominations for the Emmy awards!! Complete Madness!" Fiddes posted online in reference to Reed's movie's five Emmy nominations, alongside a trailer for the new documentary.
"Michael Jackson: Chase the Truth" is available on Amazon Prime Video now.