Taj Jackson feels “betrayed” by Wade Robson amid the child sexual abuse allegations against the late Michael Jackson.In the new HBO documentary ‘Leaving Neverland’, Wade and James Safechuck allege they were sexually abused by Michael – who passed away in 2009 – after he befriended them when they were children, and Michael’s nephew Taj has now said he’s “frustrated” by Wade’s allegations, because he had been friends with him for some time.Wade had previously testified in defence of the ‘Thriller’ hitmaker when he faced similar allegations in 2005, and Taj – who claims he took part in over 200 sleepovers at his uncle’s Neverland Ranch and never saw or suspected any sexual misconduct – now feels let down by the fresh allegations.When asked if Wade had ever shared his claims with Taj, the 45-year-old son of former Jackson Five member Tito Jackson said: “Nope. Which is why what he’s doing now is so frustrating. He idolised my uncle in terms of his music. His whole dance career was very calculated. He was a go-getter.”He then claimed Wade hasn’t tried to contact him, adding: “I don’t even know what I would do. I don’t think he would be able to face… Read full this story
- Peter Andre defends Michael Jackson’s music as he takes role in Thriller musical
- Macaulay Culkin's brother Kieran Culkin has cagey response when asked about Michael Jackson and Leaving Neverland controversy
- Michael Jackson accusers speak out on alleged sexual abuse: He was 'like a father'
- Judge denies Jussie Smollett lawyers' request to dismiss Chicago lawsuit against him seeking to recover the $130k costs of investigating his alleged staged attack
- Eleanor doubts her fitness to lead on
- POLITICO Playbook: Baghdadi is dead … But are the Nats alive?
- PLATELL'S PEOPLE: How one teacher's idea to get girls doing stand up comedy in school is a great way to teach them how to stand up to men
- Sky Ferreira attacked for 'racist' I Blame Myself video
Taj Jackson feels 'betrayed' by Wade Robson over Michael Jackson allegations have 326 words, post on www.kpcnews.com at April 3, 2019. This is cached page on Vietnam Art News. If you want remove this page, please contact us.