Though Michael Jackson is dead, the performer is still making headlines for he allegedly did to his victims when he was alive.
Celebrity choreographer Wade Robson has claimed that Michael Jackson operated the “most sophisticated public child sexual abuse procurement and facilitation organization the world has known” in new documents.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, 33-year old Robson, made the shocking claims in an amended complaint to his 2013 lawsuit against Michael Jackson’s entertainment company MJJ Productions, and MJJ Ventures.
“MJJ PRODUCTIONS and MJJ VENTURES were held out to the public to be businesses dedicated to creating and distributing multimedia entertainment by MICHAEL JACKSON, however, in fact, they actually served dual purposes,” attorney Vince Finaldi said in a complaint filed Friday.
“The thinly-veiled, covert second purpose of these businesses was to operate as a child sexual abuse operation, specifically designed to locate, attract, lure and seduce child sexual abuse victims.”
Robson says he first met Jackson when he was 5 years old after winning a competition run by MJJ Productions in his native Australia.
It was two years later that him and his family were invited to say at Jackson’s Neverland Ranch in California. Robson says he slept in Jackson’s bed and was first sexually abused by him.
Robsson claims the abuse continued for seven years and ended only when he “began showing signs of puberty” and Jackson was “no longer as interested in him sexually.”
In an interview with TMZ back in 2013, Jackson estate attorney Howard Weitzman dismissed Robson’s original complaint as “outrageous and pathetic.” A judge threw the case out of court in May 2015.
Robson’s trial is scheduled for March 13th, 2017.