Michael Jackson Accused of Grotesque Child Abuse in New Documentary
Michael Jackson has been dead for nearly a decade now.
But the absence of this iconic singer has not prevented new and VERY disturbing allegations of child abuse from being leveled against the King of Pop.
There’s a new documentary coming to HBO that debuted at the Sundance Film Festival last week — it’s titled Leaving Neverland and it focuses on Wade Robson, 36, and James Safechuck 40, both of whom claim Jackson abused them as children.
The film delves deeply into these heinous charges, too.
Such as what?
We’ve listed many of them below, courtesy of what Robson and Safechuck say in this documentary.
Be warned, however, many of these stories (if true) are legitimately horrifying…
We’ll Start with Robson
He was five when he met Jackson after winning a dance contest on the Australian leg of the singer’s 1987 Bad tour.
The Misconduct Started Early
Robson claims the abuse started when he was seven years old and Jackson introduced him to pornography and alcohol.
Robson says the artist had a cardboard cut-out of Peter Pan in his bedroom, which he would look at while he masturbated behind him.
Who Was Safechuck?
He was a young actor who was 10 years old when he struck up a friendship with Jackson after starring in a Pepsi commercial alongside the superstar.
A Jarring Confession
Safechuck says he started staying the night in MJ’s bed on a frequent basis — and claims the star told him he had performed oral sex on him while he was asleep.
I Was the First
“He told me I was his first sexual experience,” Safechuck says in the film.