Billboards, bus-side ads and now website "MJInnocent" have been created in America, protesting the global superstar's defence.
The highly controversial documentary aired on HBO and spotlighted the stories of Wade Robson, 36 and James Safechuck, 40 who both claimed they were sexually abused by Jacko when they were kids.
The MJInnocent website opens with the words: "Facts don't lie. People do" and explain why they believe the accusations against the singer were false.
Leaving Neverland has created an explosive reaction from those supporting their hero and those who turned their back on Jackson after hearing Robson and Safechuck's accounts.
The cesspool of comments under #LeavingNeverland are the perfect demonstration of why powerful paedophiles get away with their crimes.
One of those supporters is Taj Jackson who has been defending his uncle since the documentary first became known.
He recently tweeted: "Two proven liars. Not one shred of actual evidence, just their word."
He is also raising money so he can create his own documentary to "unmask the truth about Michael Jackson".
Martijn tweeted: "The only thing this 'documentary' proves to me is that the name Michael Jackson is still interesting enough to generate loads of money. And that's what is all about for those boys: money."
Elgin Charles took to the social media site and wrote: "Michael Jackson was under FBI surveillance for well over a decade. "They found nothing to substantiate claims of child abuse.
"He was also fully exonerated following his '05 trial.
#LeavingNeverland fails to highlight these facts – and MJ is no longer here to defend himself."
Two proven liars. Not one shred of actual evidence, just their word.
Another supporter wrote: "Who the f*** talks to a kid that isn't his for six hours? Or be so involved? His house is an amusement park. Sleeps in the same bedroom. Get the f*** out if you defend MJ. Use common sense for f*** sake."
In agreement, another twitter user wrote: "The cesspool of comments under #LeavingNeverland are the perfect demonstration of why powerful paedophiles get away with their crimes.
"Too many adults would rather bury the abused than unearth an abuser."
Oprah Winfrey had Wade Robson and James Safechuck on her show to talk about the programme and also voice her own views on sexual assault.
She said: "It's happening right now, it's happening in families. We know it's happening in churches and in schools and sports teams everywhere.
FACTS DON'T LIE. PEOPLE DO.
"In 25 years of the Oprah show I taped 217 episodes on sexual absue.
"I tried and tried and tried to get the message across that sexual abuse is not just abuse it was also sexual seduction.
"For me, this moment transcends Michael Jackson it is much bigger than any one person.
"This is a moment in time that allows us to see this societal corruption."
According to TMZ she was attacked by Jacko fans and send hate mail ahead of the interview with the accusers from Leaving Neverland.
Tana wrote on Twitter: "What a disgusting piece of s**t. I'm sorry, but you're dumb if you think Michael Jackson was innocent. I'm with Oprah on this one."
Jacko's estate waded in and called the film "the kind of tabloid character assassination Michael Jackson endured in life, and now in death".
According to Entertainment Weekly they are also suing HBO, claiming that it will "constitute a breach of non-disparagement clause" from a previous contract.
British audiences will be able to watch the documentary on Channel 4 on March 6 and 7 in two parts.
It will start at 9pm on both nights, but if you miss it you can catch it on Channel 4 +1 an hour later or on All 4.