Wade Robson claims Michael Jackson told him to throw pants out after failed rapeFebruary 4, 2019
Wade Robson has claimed Michael Jackson instructed him to get rid of his blood-stained underwear after attempting to have anal sex with him.
Robson, now 36, has accused the late singer of trying to rape him when he was 14-years-old.
In disturbing new documentary Leaving Neverland, Robson claims he was abused by Jackson over a seven year period, beginning when he was seven-years-old.
Robson alleges that the day after the alleged sex attack, he was taken to an Los Angeles dance studio by Jackson’s private secretary, where the Thriller singer was rehearsing for an upcoming tour.
Robson alleges that Jackson asked him to get rid of his underwear if it had any traces of blood on it.
After claiming to have found blood stains on his clothing, Robson says he followed Michael’s instructions and threw his underwear in the garage dumpster of his condo.
The four-hour long Leaving Neverland will air on Channel 4 in March.
It was first unveiled to a shocked audience at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah, America, on Friday, where it was greeted with ‘disgusted groans’, reports SBS.
It focuses on Wade Robson and James Safechuck 40, who claim the late singer abused them as young boys.
Jackson’s family and estate deny all the allegations, branding the programme "an outrageous and pathetic attempt to exploit and cash in."
In the documentary Robson says he was five when he met Jackson after winning a dance contest on the Australian leg of the singer’s 1987 Bad tour.
After forging a close friendship, he claims the abuse started when Jackson allegedly introduced him to porn and alcohol aged seven.
Robson says Jackson would call him ‘Little One’ or ‘Doo Doo’ and bombarded the then seven year old with reams of faxes declaring his love.
He also claims the singer had a cardboard cut-out of Peter Pan in his bedroom which he would look at while he masturbated behind him.
Robson says he was heartbroken when he moved to Los Angeles to be closer to Jackson but discovered he had ‘moved on’ to other boys.
"There was jealousy from me. It was confusing," he admitted.
Jackson strongly denied all sexual allegations made against him. He died in 2009 of a drug overdose.
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