Longtime Michael Jackson Sexual Abuse Accuser Wade Robson Reveals Shocking ‘Child Sex Abuse Operation’ Claims In New Lawsuit

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Wade Robson isn’t giving up!

In a new lawsuit filed by the celebrity choreographer, he alleges Michael Jackson‘s companies MJJ Productions and MJJ Ventures acted as a smokescreen for a very elaborate pedophile ring.

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As we previously reported in 2013, Wade has accused M.J. of abusing him for YEARS starting when he was just 7-years-old. Mr. Robson first met the singer at age five after winning a dance competition hosted by MJJ Productions.

In the legal doc, W.R.’s lawyer contends the companies had “dual purposes” — AKA procuring young victims for Michael to assault.

The legal rep went on to add:

“The thinly-veiled, covert second purposes of these businesses was to operate as a child sex abuse operation. They designed, developed and operated what is likely the most sophisticated public child sexual abuse procurement and facilitation organization the world has known.”

Wow… these are some SHOCKING claims.

To add credence to Wade allegations, he recalls how two years after the dance competition his mother contacted Jackson’s assistant Norma Staikos to set up a meeting with the icon.

Staikos, which the suit refers to as a “madame or procurer”, then invited Robson’s family to stay at Neverland Ranch and during the overnight Wade slept in the entertainer’s bed. The dancer alleges this is when the abuse first occurred.

Despite the heinous crimes, Wade testified to no abuse in a separate case due to Jackson’s supposed brainwashing. The 33-year-old now hopes he can hold the late star accountable by going after the production companies.

Currently, a trial is set for March 13 to decide whether or not Michael’s companies “breached their duty to take reasonable protective measures to protect minor children in their charge.”

We’ll keep you updated as this case progresses.

[Image via Today Show/WENN.]

Sep 14, 2016 12:12pm PDT

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