An alleged victim of sex abuse by Michael Jackson has put up serious allegations on MJJ Productions and MJJ Ventures, claiming that the late popstar’s companies worked together to entice children to his Neverland Ranch. Wade Robson, a noted choreographer, alleges that singer abused him when he was a seven-years-old kid. The celebrity choreographer has said that these Jackson-owned companies had a veiled purpose of operating a ‘sex-racket’ for the pop-star. Robson said that Jackson ran the “most sophisticated child sexual abuse” in history. The new allegations came out after rob amended a previously filed complaint against Jackson. Robson said that Jackson’s firms were specifically designed for to locate, attract, lure and seduce child sexual abuse victims. Detailing his allegations, Robson said that the company used to set up a limo to pick up families, take them to paid-for accommodation, and even sometimes offer them gifts.
Previously, during a 2005 trial against Jackson, Robson had denied that he was abused in a 2005 molestation trial – which saw Jackson accused of sexually abusing 13-year-old Gavin Arvizo. During the trial, Jackson’s former housekeeper, Blanca Francia, claimed that she saw Robson and Jackson in the shower together. Jackson was cleared of all 14 counts of allegations against him in 2005.