Peacock’s “Menendez + Menudo: Boys Betrayed” centers on a shocking allegation from an ex-member of the boy band.

But can it actually change anything for the incarcerated brothers? claimed that they killed their parents in 1989 because they feared for their safety following a lifetime of sexual abuse perpetrated by their father, José, an RCA Records executive, and condoned by their mother, Kitty.

That defense earned them separate mistrials in 1993 but didn’t succeed in their subsequent 1996 retrial, which concluded with convictions and life sentences without the possibility of parole.

In the ensuing 30 years, they’ve maintained their victimization story, and now, a new Peacock docuseries purports to have evidence that might corroborate their allegations against José—and it comes from the unlikeliest of sources.

Menendez + Menudo: Boys Betrayed (May 2) boasts a bombshell in store for viewers who may have (naturally) assumed that the Menendez saga was over. Roy Rosselló, a key member of the Puerto Rican boy band sensation

Menudo , asserts that, throughout the course of his 1983-86 tenure in the group, he was habitually abused by its creator and manager, Edgardo Diaz.

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