Michael Jackson branded all women 'evil' as he sexually abused boys and turned them against their mums
1st March 2019

Wade Robson and James Safechuck have spoken out to detail a catalogue of abuse at the hands of the King of Pop ahead of the explosive documentary, Leaving Neverland.

Both men will go into harrowing detail about their experiences with Jackson in the film, which is due to air on Channel 4 next week.

They claim the Thriller singer also tried to turn them against their families and women, reports USA Today.


Jackson also listened in on their parents' phone calls while the boys stayed with him at Neverland, Robson and Safechuck say.

Safechuck said: "My mom was on a call with her sister talking trash about my dad, and then he was like: 'Look how evil women are. Your dad is a sweet guy. Women are conniving,'. It was a consistent theme with him."


Safechuck, who said he was aged ten when the abuse started, also recalled being on tour with Jackson in the late '80s, when Sheryl Crow was one of his backup singers.

He says his sexual relationship with Jackson had already started but he had simultaneously developed a crush on Crow.

The former child actor explained: "Michael was very jealous. So one thing he did was he had pictures taken of all of the (backup singers and dancers) before they had their makeup on, but he only wanted Sheryl Crow’s. Then he would show me (the pictures), like, 'Look, she’s not really attractive.' He was also very jealous that I had a girlfriend at school, and that was a point of contention."

My mom was on a call with her sister talking trash about my dad, and then he was like: 'Look how evil women are. Your dad is a sweet guy. Women are conniving

The two-part documentary, made by British filmmaker Dan Reed, also details claims from Wade Robson, a choreographer who says Jackson began abusing him when he was seven, and James Safechuck, a former child actor who says the singer began molesting him when he was ten.

The men, now in their 30s and 40s, recall stories from their trips to Jackson’s home and the abuse they say happened there.

Safechuck claims in the programme that nearly every part of the property had hideaways with beds which the Thriller singer used to carry out assaults on minors.

The estate of Michael Jackson has already issued a statement denouncing the film as "yet another lurid production in an outrageous and pathetic attempt to exploit and cash in on Michael Jackson".

Investigators at the Santa Barbara sheriff's department reportedly discovered a triple-locked secret room at the singer’s home when they raided it in 2003.

Jackson is said to have kept pictures of animal torture, nude children and sadomasochistic pornography in the cubbyhole, which is believed to have been located at the back of the singer’s bedroom.

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