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According to the LA Times, eight years after he testified in the Michael Jackson molestation trial that the pop star never touched him, an Australian choreographer has filed a claim against the singer's estate alleging "childhood sexual abuse."
Attorneys for Wade Robson, who knew Jackson and stayed at the singer's Neverland Ranch as a teenager, has asked a Los Angeles judge to allow him to make a late claim as creditor in Jackson's estate.
Most of the specifics are under seal, but the documents filed May 1 and publicly available state Robson's claim to monies comes from "childhood sexual abuse." The documents cite sealed evidence from a mental health practitioner.
According to Rolling Stone,
Michael Jackson's estate has denied new molestation accusations from Wade Robson, calling the 30-year-old choreographer's claims against the singer "outrageous and pathetic." Robson filed papers on May 1st, asking a judge to allow him to enter a late creditor's claim against the pop singer's estate.
Robson met Jackson when he was five, and the two developed a friendship. Wade began spending time at Neverland Ranch and Jackson's homes in Las Vegas and Los Angeles for sleepovers by age seven, and the visits continued until he was 14.
Wade's lawyer submitted documents in the case under seal, making them unavailable to the public, according to TMZ. But Jackson's estate has fired back against the new allegations. "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," Howard Weitzman, lawyer for the Jackson estate, told TMZ. "Now, nearly 4 years after Michael has passed, this sad and less than credible claim has been made."