Michael Jackson ‘married rape victim, 10, in sick bedroom wedding ceremony’

Michael Jackson ‘married rape victim, 10, in sick bedroom wedding ceremony’

Michael Jackson ‘married rape victim, 10, in sick bedroom wedding ceremony’

In "Leaving Neverland", Wade Robson and James Safechuck describe in shocking detail how they say Michael Jackson molested them as children. This excellent coverage of the "court of public opinion" is by Roz Weston and Graeme O'Neill of ET Canada Live.

The documentary contained claims from Wade Robson and James Safechuk who claim Jackson abused them.

Controversial Michael Jackson documentary Leaving Neverland has gone global after distributor Kew Media Group sold the two-part film into 130 territories. It was there that Jackson is alleged to have abused Safechuck and Robson, on separate occasions. Speaking to the press after the taping she told them "We're all gonna get it, I'm gonna get it, we're all gonna get it", referring to the criticism from Jackson fans.

In the film, Robson explains how he first became friends with Jackson, who was in his mid-30s, after meeting him when he won a dance competition at the age of 5.

However, the newspaper reports bosses decided last week the King of Pop's back catalogue will no longer make it onto the air.

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Meanwhile, The Blast has obtained a copy of the In a letter Robson wrote to Cirque boss Jean-Francois Bouchard, asking for a job in his new Michael Jackson show in 2011, stating, "There are very few subjects I know about more than Michael Jackson". But he added, "And he also sexually abused me for seven years". While some feel this is just an attempt to put dirt on the deceased musical icon's name some are saying Jackson's constantly being around young boys and sleeping with them in the same bed was sick and the accusers deserved to be listened to.

'They are going to come forward when the time is right for them'.

"I was getting a little older and I was a little more insecure about my position, so it was a way of reminding me that we'd always be together", Safechuck recalled to Winfrey.

Safechuck even showed off what he says was their "wedding ring". "I was, and I think my mother and my whole family, was already surrendered before I ever met him".

The choreographer is one of two men who have made sexual assault charges against Jackson in Leaving Neverland, which debuted in America on Sunday.

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