Michael Jackson’s child molestation accuser, choreographer Wade Robson, has filed new court documents detailing the star’s allegedly sordid acts.
Wade is suing Michael’s estate for a wide variety of sexual acts committed against him, including oral sex, mutual masturbation, and even anal rape.
The documents seek an admission from the estate that from 1990-97, the King of Pop committed many disturbing acts against Robson, then age 7-14.
From the start, the estate has adamantly denied Robson’s allegations.
Robsonâ€™s attorneys start by asking Jacksonâ€™s estate to admit that Jackson â€œinvited Robson and his family to stay at [Jacksonâ€™s ranch] in February 1990.â€
There, the documents ask the estate to admit Jackson â€œemployed an audible alarm system for his bedroom [and] hung â€˜do not disturbâ€™ signs on his bedroom door.â€
Inside, the documents ask Jacksonâ€™s estate to admit, â€œsexual activities occurred between [Jackson] and Wade Robson periodically” from 1990-97.â€
Those alleged activities include, but are not necessarily limited to:
- MJ forced Robson to be quiet, he claims, saying “that if anyone were to ever find out about their sexual activities, both of their careers would be over.”
Wade famously denied all such allegations levied against Jackson during his child molestation trial, serving as a key witness for MJ against another boy’s claims.
The estate is asking a Los Angeles judge to reject Robsonâ€˜s molestation claim against the late singer because he supposedly waited too long to file.
Robson says to have only remembered that Michael Jackson molested him after having two â€œbreakdownsâ€ which resulted in him seeking intensive therapy.
The judge hasnâ€™t yet ruled on whether or not Robsonâ€™s case will be allowed to proceed, but he’s not showing any signs of backing down, that’s for sure.