Michael Jackson Accused of Molestation by Choreographer Wade Robson

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Famed choreographer Wade Robson is suing the Michael Jackson Estate for childhood abuse claims.

Robson — now 30 years old — has worked with top names in pop music including Britney Spears, *NSYNC, Usher and P!nk. He has also appeared on “So You Think You Can Dance.”

Wade met Michael when he was 5 years old and they developed a friendship that lasted for years. By the time Wade was 7, he went for sleepovers at Neverland and MJ’s homes in L.A. and Vegas. The sleepovers continued until Wade was 14.

Wade even performed to a Michael Jackson song on “Star Search” when he was 8 years old.

In 2005, Wade testified in MJ’s molestation trial and DENIED Michael ever molested him.

Wade’s lawyer filed legal docs May 1 asking the judge in the Michael Jackson Estate case to allow him to file a late creditor’s claim against the Estate.  In the documents, Wade’s lawyer says he submitted a never-before filed complaint “for childhood sexual abuse.”

Wade’s lawyer has filed the actual complaint under seal — which means it’s not available to the public.  Sources tell TMZ … the complaint specifically outlines the alleged abuse at the hands of Michael Jackson.

Wade’s lawyer also mentions a psychiatrist who treated Wade — the doctor is a leader in the field of child psychology.

Interestingly … in the 2005 molestation trial, Jackson’s former housekeeper, Blanca Francia, testified she witnessed Jackson in the shower with Wade when the boy was 8 or 9 years old.

via TMZ

UPDATE: The attorney representing Michael Jackson’s Estate has already dismissed Wade Robson’s allegations as “outrageous and pathetic,” telling TMZ:

“Mr. Robson’s claim is outrageous and pathetic. This is a young man who has testified at least twice under oath over the past 20 years and said in numerous interviews that Michael Jackson never did anything inappropriate to him or with him,” said Howard Weitzman. “Now, nearly 4 years after Michael has passed, this sad and less than credible claim has been made.”

Likewise, Tom Mesereau, the lawyer who led Jackson’s defense in his 2005 trial, also told the website he believes Robson’s belated claim “must be just about money.”

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