Sheryl Crow was reportedly subjected to ongoing sexual harassment from Michael Jackson’s manager while on tour with the King of Pop in 1987. Now the singer is ready to speak up about it.
Crow was a 25-year-old aspiring singer-songwriter at the time, working as a backup singer for Jackson, according to the U.K.’s Independent. Her career had just begun. She had never performed in front of a packed stadium before, and the tour seemed like a dream come true until Frank DiLeo, who was around 39 at the time, began to harass her, the outlet noted.
“Naiveté is such a beautiful thing. It was incredible in every way, shape and form for a young person from a really small town to see the world and to work with arguably the greatest pop star,” she said. “But I also got a crash course in the music industry.”
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