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Barbra Streisand backtracks on Michael Jackson remarks: 'I am profoundly sorry'

Barbra Streisand on Saturday tried to clarify recent her remarks regarding two men who have accused Michael Jackson of sexually abusing them when they were boys, after Streisand's interview with the British newspaper the Times ahead of her London concert became a flashpoint

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