Robson: MJ Had Sex With Me On The SECOND Night I Stayed At Neverland — When I Was Just 7
Michael Jackson allegedly made his move on Wade Robson when he was just seven years of age — as his sister slept in another bed just feet away at Neverland Ranch in Santa Barbara, Calif.
Robson, now 30, has told how the King of Pop made his first sexual advances on the young child prodigy in his bedroom in 1990, as the Australia-born dancer’s older sister Chantal slept in the same room and with his mother often under the same room.
The abuse allegedly continued unabated for another two weeks and from then on, for a period of seven years.
“We can never tell anyone what WE are doing,” Jackson told Robson, according to new court documents filed in the father-of-one’s creditor’s claim against the Estate of the late singer and obtained by RadarOnline.com.
In the declaration, Robson revealed the 13-time Grammy Award-winner suggested to him: “People are ignorant and they would never understand that we love each other and this is how we show it. If anyone were to ever find out, OUR lives and career would be over.”
Robson recounted how he first met Jackson at a meet-and-greet with the pop star during the Australian leg of his ‘Bad’ tour. Two years later, at age seven, he traveled with the Johnny Young Talent School located in Brisbane, Australia , to perform at Disneyland.
“Several family members traveled with me to America,” Robson said.
“During our stay in Los Angeles, I met Doe 1 [Jackson] at a recording studio in Van Nuys, California. During our meeting, Doe 1 invited me and my whole family to spend the weekend at his Santa Barbara County ranch, Neverland Valley Ranch. My family stayed the weekend at the ranch, but then left me alone with Doe for another week.”
On the first night at Neverland, Robson and sister Chantal both slept in Jackson’s bedroom — in the same bed as the singer — it’s claimed.
But the following night, “Chantal expressed concern about sleeping in Doe 1′s bed and elected instead to sleep in a separate bed on a different floor of Doe’s two-floor bedroom.”
Robson, though, decided to sleep in Jackson’s bed again and that’s when his lifelong night was said to have begun.
“Doe 1 began sexually abusing me on or about that night,” Robson told court. “The sexual abuse continued every night through the nearly two weeks that I spent at the ranch during that early 1990 visit as well as at Doe 1′s apartment in the Westwood section of Los Angeles before my family and I returned to Australia.”
Specific allegations of abuse were heavily redacted from Robson’s filing. In one section alone, seven lines of alleged abuse were blacked out by the Los Angeles probate court in order to protect Robson’s privacy.
However, according to sections of what has been released, even while Robson’s family was at Neverland, he continued to sleep with Jackson in his bed and “the sexual abuse continued.”
When Robson returned to Australia following his two-week visit, their relationship continued via faxes and frequent telephone conversations for “hours each week.”
He pledged to the “Thriller” hit-maker that he would never tell about what happened.
“I swore I would never tell about what we did and did not until May 2012,” Robson wrote in the seven page hand-signed declaration.
That wasn’t the end of the abuse, he said. Between the ages of seven and nine, Robson and his mother Joy traveled to the United States from their hometown of Brisbane on two occasions.
“One trip was for one week and the other was for six weeks,” Robson said. “During these trips, my mother would stay in a hotel or guest room while I stayed with Doe 1 in his bedroom and in his bed. The sexual abuse continued every night we were together.
“It was during these years that my ‘God’ became my ‘friend’ and told me that he loved me and wanted to be with me.”
Shedding light on their apparent bond, Robson said Jackson — who died at age 50 in Los Angeles from an overdose of surgical anesthetic proposal — “encouraged” him to call him ‘Dad’ and he would, in turn, call him ‘Son’.
The pair, Robson claimed, would also watch explicit adult pornography in the form of magazines, books and videos — until it all stopped at age 14.
That was when Robson began to show signs of puberty — and “the sexual abuse by Decedent [Jackson] became less frequent,” charged the court documents.
Complicating Robson’s bid for damages, he infamously denied in testimony at Jackson’s child molestation trial in 2005 that he’d been molested by the singer — charges Jackson was ultimately acquitted of partly based on the testimony of Robson, his sister and his mother.
According to Robson, Jackson had “coached” him every day to provide certain statements against claims of any sexual abuse, beginning with the Jordy Chandler case in September 1993.
“He would tell me that our phones were tapped and ‘they’ were listening to everything we said,” Robson said of conversations with Jackson.
“He would role play with me and say to me, ‘They are saying we did all of this disgusting sexual stuff. We never did any of that, right?’ I would play along and answer, ‘No way!’ He would say, ‘If they believed that we did any of this sexual stuff, YOU AND I would go to jail for the rest of our lives. Our lives and careers would be over. We’ve got to fight this. We’ve got to beat them together.”
Jackson selected, hired and paid for the lawyer who represented Robson in relation to his testimony to the grand jury, it was also revealed.
Then, when Jackson was criminally charged in 2005, he again, allegedly, began to coach Robson.
“Doe 1 [Jackson] called me constantly and coached me by acting out similar role play as he did with me in 1993 when I was 11, telling me such things as ‘They are making up all these lies about you and I. They are trying tying to take US down, take away my power and money, take away our careers. We can’t let them do this. We have to fight them together.’”
Robson recalled he would play along, just as he did when he was eleven.
“I still did not believe that I was sexually abused,” he said.
“I did not believe that I was forced. I believed that I was a consenting participant in the sexual acts that Doe and I engaged in. I also believed that I was absolutely fine with what went on between us.
“My state of mind was essentially the same as when I was eleven and I denied any abuse.”
According to Robson, it wasn’t until May 8, 2012 that he realized he’d been systematically abused – after he had the first of a series of nervous breakdowns which included feelings of extreme stress, anxiety, fear, depression and insomnia.
His lawyer told court, “It was only within the past year, as the result of a complete psychological collapse arising from the fulfilling of a ‘prophecy’ made by the Decedent [Jackson] to Claimant [Robson] that Claimant would one day direct films and a fear that was happened to him as a child could also happen to his own young son, that Claimant, with the assistance of insight-orientented therapy, has relayed that his relationship with his god, his idol and his father figure, Michael Jackson, which began when Claimant was only five years old, was built on sexual abuse and that Claimant was the victim of extensive psychological trauma.
“The decision to pursue a claim against the Estate for the actions of Decedent was not one that Claimant arrived at without a careful and measured evaluation of its implications, as filing this Petition would necessarily mean that he would have to disclose to others the shameful and loathsome nature of his childhood sexual relationship with Decedent, the effects of which he has buried for decades.”
Jackson’s estate have labelled Robson’s claims as “outrageous and pathetic.”
“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,” lawyer Howard Weitzman said previously.
“Now, nearly four years after Michael has passed this sad and less than credible claim has been made. We are confident that the court will see this for what it is.”