Corey Feldman, who spent time with Michael Jackson when he was a child actor, is defending the late King of Pop against the devastating sexual abuse allegations in Leaving Neverland. When the family went to California, Robson's parents agreed for him to stay with Jackson while they continued their holiday and he alleges that the abuse began then.
"So we were like this married couple", Safechuck recalled in the documentary. "We did this in his bedroom".
"It felt good. And the ring is nice".
Both Robson and James Safechuck, the other accused featured in the film, have previously publicly accused Jackson of sexual abuse with the former saying he didn't realise he had been abused until reconsidering the events during a therapy session in 2012.
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He continued: "He told me if they ever found out what we were doing, he and I would go to jail for the rest of our lives".
Safechuck, who met Jackson when he was cast in the star's 1986 Pepsi commercial, claims Jackson taught him how to masturbate, while Robson, who met Jackson when he was just 5 years old, says the star performed oral sex on him and kissed him.
He claims the abuse started a few months later, but that he was still drawn to the singer because of mental and emotional manipulation.
But that could all be about to change after the first episode of the two-part documentary was aired in the United States overnight, provoking a new wave of public outrage and a strong sentiment that it is time to be done with him. I would call him apple head sometimes.
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Although there were no photos, videos or snapshots posted until Thursday, when they officially announced their return. Nick added: "We spent a lot of time filming again, and then I think we saw that there was a magic there we missed".
"We used to spend hours and hours and hours on the phone".
He'd purchased the Neverland Ranch one year earlier, and it was a three-hour drive from the city.
The Estate had hoped that while Wade Robson and Jimmy Safechuck were discussing claims that they were targeted and sexually abused by Michael Jackson during their childhood, most fans would be "immersing themselves in the magic" of Jackson's concert films.
Jackson's family and estate deny all the allegations, branding the programme "an outrageous and pathetic attempt to exploit and cash in".
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In the film, Safechuck, who stated that he kept the brochure about Neverland from when Jackson was debating whether to buy it, said that before Jackson purchased the estate he told the boy the purchase was for him.