Fresh Michael Jackson molestation claims

By Drum Digital
07 April 2015

The King of Pop's molestation case could be reawakened by new sexual abuse claims.

The King of Pop has not been left to rest in peace as more molestation claims have come up from two alleged male victims.

Daily Mirror reports  Australian choreographer Wade Robson who used be one of Jackson's "staunchest defenders" and 36-year-old James Safechuck have approached a Los Angeles court to open a case of sexual abuse against Michael Jackson.

The two men are waiting to hear from the court which will decide on Tuesday if they can sue and claim from Michael Jackson's $1.5 billion (about R18 billion) estate.

If the judge finds the claims to hold water, a child molestation charge against Jackson which had been judged as inadmissable in 2005 could be opened again.

Safechuck claims that he met Jackson in 1987 when he was eight years old and was molested a year later.

The alleged victim also claims that Jackson held a marriage ceremony with him as his "wife" which also came with a "marriage certificate and a wedding band as keepsakes and confirmation of their undying love", it is also alleged that Jackson molested Safechuck more than 100 times.

It is also claimed that Jackson offered Safechuck's father a cheque worth over $1 million dollars as hush money.

Robson's claims come as a shock to many as he testified in Jackson's molestation case in 2005 as not having been abused by the superstar.

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