MICHAEL Jackson used a Do Not Disturb sign at his Neverland ranch so he could abuse a young boy without getting caught, his accuser claims.
Wade Robson said the King of Pop was his hero – who then subjected him to seven years of horrific sexual abuse.
Little Wade Robson pictured as he meets his hero for the first time in 1989
In pictures featured in the Leaving Neverland documentary, Wade is seen aged five as he meets Jackson for the first time in 1989.
The little boy had won a competition to meet the singer after perfecting his routine to Thriller in front of the television.
But just two years after the photograph was taken, Jackson started abusing Wade, he alleges.
The image is one of many seemingly innocent snaps to appear in the controversial film.DO NOT DISTURB
They show Jackson visiting Wade’s home and posing for photos with his parents and sister.
Other pictures capture Jackson with another alleged victim who claims he was abused from the age of ten.
Wade now a 36-year-old choreographer, says Jackson molested him in a bedroom with a Do Not Disturb sign on the door at his California home, reports the Daily Mail.
In the Leaving Neverland documentary, to be shown next week on Channel 4, Robson says the star befriended his family before the alleged abuse began.
He helped me tremendously, he helped me with my career, he helped me with my creativity, with all of those sorts of things. And he also sexually abused me for seven yearsWade Robson
He claims Jackson forced him to perform sexual acts while his parents slept nearby.
Wade was even left to stay at Jacko’s home for several days while his family travelled round America – and he was made to engage in sexual activity every night, he says.
He said of the Billy Jean singer: “He was one of the kindest, most gentle, loving, caring people I knew. He helped me tremendously, he helped me with my career, he helped me with my creativity, with all of those sorts of things. And he also sexually abused me for seven years.”
Other pictures show Jackson with James Safechuck, now 40, who also claims he was abused by the entertainer.’REWARDED WITH JEWELLERY’
He first met Jackson when he was nine years old in 1986 when the pair appeared together in a Pepsi advert.
He says Jackson started sexually abusing him a year later and that it went on for years.
James further alleges Jackson would reward him with jewellery.
One picture shows Jackson smiling and holding a football as he sits on the bed of Jame’s childhood bedroom.
I’ve always approached this film as a film about Wade Robson and James Safechuck, not a film about Michael Jackson – it’s about Wade, James and their familiesDan Reed
Leaving Neverland director Dan Reed told the Mail: “I’ve always approached this film as a film about Wade Robson and James Safechuck, not a film about Michael Jackson – it’s about Wade, James and their families.
“That’s the story that I set out to tell and the fact that it’s about Michael Jackson gives it extraordinary reach and I think it will open up a lot of people’s eyes to the way that child sexual abuse and this sort of grooming Michael Jackson practised, how it all actually played out, the attachment between the victims and the abusers.”
Reed said that although Wade and James briefly crossed paths as children, they did not speak again until 2014 when they were both at the offices of a law firm.
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Jackson’s estate has slammed the film and is attempting to sue co-producers HBO for £77million.
It says the documentary is “an outrageous and pathetic attempt to exploit and cash in” after Jackson’s 2009 death.
Leaving Neverland: Me And Michael Jackson airs on Channel 4 on March 6 and 7.
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