Michael Jackson allegedly spent millions buying the silence of young boys.
The Michael Jackson trial took an unexpected turn last week after the King of Pop's child pal Wade Robson claimed the singer spent $35 million to silence 24 boys over molestation charges. Robson wants his lawyers to reach out to the FBI about secret documents from a private investigator that allegedly show how much Jackson spent on silencing his apparent victims.
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A choreographer and former child pal of the late King of Pop, Wade Robson ordered his lawyers on Sunday (June 30, 2013) to contact the FBI about secret documents that apparently prove Jackson spent $35 million to silence 24 young boys, sources tell the New York Daily News. "Wade knows that if he stands shoulder to shoulder with another accuser, he might be viewed more sympathetically," one of the sources said.
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Papers detailing how Michael Jackson, allegedly, bought his victim's silence have been uncovered and handed to the FBI, according to reports in The New York Daily Times. Wade Robson, who has accused Jackson of molestation, has come forward with the information.
Michael Jackson is under public scrutiny, once again, over four years after his death. Wade Robson, a former friend of Jackson, has contacted the FBI, claiming he has evidence which shows Jackson bribed those he molested into silence.
Michael Jackson shopping in L.A. in 2008.
Choreographer and former friend of Michael Jackson, Wade Robson, contacted the FBI through his lawyers. A private investigator had compiled a series of secret documents which, allegedly, implicate Michael Jackson in bribing those he was accused of molesting. Apparently, $35 million is involved and had been used to silence 24 boys.
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Michael Jackson's accuser suffered a nervous breakdown recently.
Wade Robson, the famous choreographer who claims Michael Jackson molested him during a trip to Neverland when he was just 7-years-old, had a nervous breakdown in March 2012. Sources close to his family tell TMZ.com that his mental state led to him reeling off the stories of molestation despite previously defending Jackson in court.
Multiple sources say Robson suffered from anxiety during most of 2011, eventually suffering a debilitating nervous breakdown that pushed him into complete seclusion. Robson - who's collaborated with some of the world's biggest pop stars -was unable to work after the breakdown and did not fulfil his commitments. He breached several contracts including one promise to pen three pop songs. Insiders say he lost "a ton of money" and has earned almost nothing since
Wade saw a psychotherapist for several weeks and eventually open the floodgates on the apparent molestation at the hands of the pop star, claiming he suffered abuse between the ages of 7 to 14. Sources say Robson told friends and family he planned to file a lawsuit against the Michael Jackson estate though has "substantial savings," i.e, he's not just after a quick buck.
Michael Jackson's estate have another potential court fight on their hands.
Michael Jackson has been accused of molesting a famous choreographer who spent time at the singer's Neverland Ranch as a child. According to legal documents obtained by TMZ.com, Wade Robson is seeking damages from the Michael Jackson Estate for childhood sexual abuse.
Robson - now 30-years-old - has worked with many of the biggest names in pop music, including Britney Spears, NSYNC, Usher and Pink. You may also remember him from his appearances on 'So You Think You Can Dance.' He first met Michael when he was just 5-years-old and they developed a friendship that lasted for several years. By the time Wade was 7 he was regularly having sleepovers at Michael's Neverland residence as well as the singer's home in Los Angeles And Las Vegas. The sleepovers continued until Wade at 14.
The choreographer's lawyer filed legal documents on May 1 asking the judge in the Michael Jackson 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." His lawyer has filed the actual complaint under seal, meaning it's not available to the public. According to sources, the complaint SPECIFICALLY outlines the alleged abuse that Wade suffered the hands of Michael Jackson.
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