Michael Jackson died in 2009, however Sexual assault claims related to him can be reopened: The California Court of Appeal granted the order, as two former children who have always claimed to be victims turned to the singer again to seek justice. Jackson is not charged this time, but two companies are related to his heirs: Mjj Productions and Mjj Ventures. the Two men, Wade Robson and Jimmy Safechuk – now 40 and 45 years old respectively and working in the entertainment world – accuse employees of being accomplices to the violence and not protecting them.
Wade Robson is a choreographer and director today: the accusations he leveled against Jackson date back to between 1990 and 1997, that is, when he was a boy between 7 and 14 years old. He met “Jacko” at a dance competition when he was just 5 years old: after that day, Robson was often hired to dance in the star’s videos and even made an album with his own label. All this also derives from close and friendly relations, Which the singer wove with the Wade family; In Neverland, where the Robsons went on vacation, Wade says he slept with the singer and touched his genitals. Over the next seven years, their relationship would turn sexual and involve Oral sex and mutual masturbation and intimate contacts. “All of this,” the suit reads, “happened under the watchful eyes of corporate employees” of Michael Jackson, who also did everything he could for the child and star to stay together.
the other plaintiff, Jimmy Safechuk, Former Actor and Director As it is raw. He talks about a “network of companies that pushed children into abuse and facilitated meetings in an organized manner.” He met the star on the set of a Pepsi commercial in 1986. A few months later, Michael Jackson was teaching the boy how to masturbate. Their encounters, all sexual, would be repeated over the next four years “hundreds of times”.
Before the two boys arrived in 2013 and 2014, there were other accusations against the singer, but they did not result in convictions: in 1994 the Los Angeles district attorney failed to start a trial starting from the testimonies of three boys because the family of one of them reached an out-of-court settlement (vs. 23 Million dollars). The boy later committed suicide in 2009, a few months after the death of the singer. In 2003 Santa Barbara District Court Jackson was charged with several cases of child molestation and molestation, but was acquitted by a jury two years later.
Robson and Safechuck’s lawsuits against Jackson’s companies date back the next decade: 2013 and 2014. Legal turmoil ensued. The first filing, in 2017, because the statute of limitations had passed. Then reopen in 2020: A new state law gives child sexual abuse cases an additional period. Then the new filing: the judge decided that the two companies And their employees are not legally obligated to protect the children at the time from Jackson. The new ruling, this time in the Court of Appeals for the 2nd District of California, reads: “Companies are not exempt from the duty to protect these children simply because they are the property of the abuser.” The two former children, forever sacrificed, return to Hope.
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