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Michael Jackson Accuser

I Can Help Victims

Of Child Sex Abuse

7/27/2013 12:30 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

Wade Robson
-- the choreographer who claims Michael Jackson molested him -- is launching his own foundation to help child sex abuse victims through new age healing ... TMZ has learned.

Robson founded a non-profit organization called "Hearts in Our Hands" on July 1 -- registering a domain name and a Facebook page.  

A rep for Robson tells us all the required legal docs haven't been filed yet -- but the group will be dedicated to preventing abuse ... and will take a holistic approach to treating victims.

Translation: a whole lotta meditation and yoga. 

A source close to Wade says the choreographer's gotten deep into yoga himself lately -- and now wants to quit professional dancing forever.

As TMZ previously reported ... Wade is suing MJ's Estate, claiming he was sexually molested by Jackson from the age of 7 to 14.

The Jackson Estate and several family members have dismissed Wade's claims as little more than a money grab.


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Martin Pagels    

he need money

429 days ago


SAme **** on here, different day.
Wow, he wasn't a child when the 2005 trial went on, but he still said nothing went on and even up to michael's death and after still said the same thing.

What a credible person. NOT!!!!!

It would be one thing that he didn't say anything when he was a child, but he was a grown ass man in 2005. And he wonders why people think he is just out for money??



429 days ago



Michael Jackson and Freddie Mercury duets to be released this fall

By Tony Maglio | Reuters – 2 hours 49 minutes ago..

By Tony Maglio

LOS ANGELES ( - A previously unreleased series of duets from Michael Jackson and Freddie Mercury are set to come out this fall, according to members of Mercury's band Queen.

Guitarist Brian May and Drummer Roger Taylor promised "something for folks to hear" in two months, according to media reports.

Jackson and Mercury recorded three tracks at Jackson's Encino, California home in 1983. The sessions never went further and the music was not released. Until now, that is.

The King of Pop died in 2009 at age 50 after suffering cardiac arrest linked to his drug dependency. Mercury died from an AIDS-related illness at age 45 in 1991.

Guitarist May described working on the sessions this month as "Exciting, challenging, emotionally taxing. But cool.'"

429 days ago


Michael Jackson aimed to direct movie about foster children

By Alex Ben Block

Monday Jul 29, 2013 11:32pm EDT

LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Three months before his death, Michael Jackson committed to co-directing and financing a movie -- a poignant drama about foster children -- and planned to get started as soon as he completed his London concerts.

The news is the latest in a series of revelations that are helping to shed light on the pop star's passions and projects, even as the investigation into his abuse of prescription drugs and a tussle over custody of his children rage on.

The movie project also is eerily keyed to one of the most haunting aspects of Jackson's life: his apparent feeling that the Jackson 5's huge success robbed him of his childhood.

"He was very excited about making movies and wanted his hands on everything, from working on screenplays to producing, to writing the music. However, he never showed any interest in acting," B-movie producer, writer and director Bryan Michael Stoller said of Jackson, who starred in the 1978 pic "The Wiz."

Stoller said he had a 23-year friendship with the pop star and was his partner in the film company Magic Shadows. He was to have co-directed the movie, called "They Cage the Animals at Night," which Stoller said they had been developing for seven years.


The project was based on a 1985 book about the real-life experiences of author Jennings Michael Burch, who bounced around foster homes as a child. Jackson showed the book to Stoller in 2002 at his Neverland estate and asked if he wanted to produce and co-direct a movie version.

"Michael told me often he felt like he grew up as an orphan, like a foster kid, because he never was in one home," Stoller said. "To him every hotel was like a different foster home. He said he used to sit in the window and see kids playing outside and cry because he couldn't be part of that."

Stoller optioned the book for $1 -- initially without telling Burch about Jackson's involvement. When he did tell him, Stoller said the author was excited to work with the singer.

Jackson, meanwhile, was concerned that Burch, then 67 and suffering from cancer, might not survive to see the movie made. So Stoller suggested bringing Burch to Neverland in 2003, where Jackson turned the tables and interviewed him for what was to be a TV special and for the eventual DVD.

During their highly charged conversation, Jackson asked the author if he had ever considered suicide. Burch said he had, and Jackson said he too had considered it during his darkest days. (A clip from this footage is available at

Stoller recorded their meeting, an addition to a collection of videos he made with Jackson over the years, and to hours of audio recordings from their meetings.

Stoller told The Hollywood Reporter he has now come forward because he believes this material humanizes his friend at a time when much myth-making about Jackson is taking place. The producer also is marketing his video, audio and photos either for outright sale or as a project he would produce and direct.

He said he already has had interest from NBC, CBS and E!

But insiders in the Jackson camp said there was no formal deal in place for any Jackson involvement in "Cage"; discussions between the artist and Stoller occurred when Jackson was without management, which may have frowned on any distractions as he prepared for the London shows.


Jackson's last film foray was a 2005 comedic farce, "Miss Cast Away and the Island Girls," produced, written and directed by Stoller and starring Eric Roberts. Jackson is briefly in the movie as Agent M.J., who comes to the rescue of various characters on a beam of light. The movie was a direct-to-DVD release sold briefly at Blockbuster stores.

When Jackson was indicted on child molestation charges shortly after its release, Blockbuster pulled the film from its shelves. "Miss Cast Away" has been sold overseas by Showcase Entertainment, and Stoller said he has offers for a new domestic video release for Jackson's last movie appearance.

"They Cage the Animals" also was affected by the molestation charges, Stoller said. In 2003 the producer arranged a three-hour meeting in a Universal City hotel between Jackson and Mel Gibson, who besides being an actor is a producer and partner in Icon Prods. "They got along great," Stoller said. "It was kind of funny. Mel was a little nervous. He was hugging a pillow the whole time, kind of playing with it. Michael was kind of shy."

Icon signed a deal to develop the project with a budget of $12 million-$20 million, according to Stoller, who was paid by Icon to write the screenplay. A couple of months later, when Jackson was indicted in Santa Barbara, Calif., Icon dropped the project, and Gibson stopped returning Stoller's phone calls. There were news reports in 2005 that Icon had dropped the project. A spokesman for Icon said the company briefly was involved in developing it in 1995 but had lost interest by 1997. Stoller has a copy of his contract with Icon dated 2002.

Stoller said Icon still owns the screenplay, but an Icon representative rebutted that, saying the company has had no involvement or ownership for 10 years. Gibson declined comment for this report.


Jackson lost contact with Stoller for about two years during the period when the singer was on trial. But after his acquittal, Jackson reached out to him. They had watched dozens of movies in the Neverland theater; Stoller said Jackson's favorite was "To Kill a Mockingbird," and that they also discussed doing a remake of the comedy musical "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang."

"When Jackson called in 2007, he still had movies on his mind," Stoller said. "He had begun to purchase movie production equipment. He was always asking how things work, but I never saw him really work things. But he wanted all the toys. He bought a dolly and wanted me to show the kids how to use it because they were using it as a play toy, riding around on it."

Jackson wasn't interested in making a blockbuster. "He wanted to do movies the Academy would like," Stoller recalled.

Three months before Jackson's death, he and Stoller had "a pretty serious meeting" about reviving "They Cage the Animals" as an indie feature, the producer said.

"Michael was going to put up $8 million and not have to deal with any studios or producers and then take it to the studios afterward," Stoller said. "He was very passionate about being a director. He was determined to make this movie."

(Editing by SheriLinden at Reuters)

429 days ago



Scott Thorson said MJ was small and boring.............


So funny must see!!!

429 days ago


Money can make people do weird things. Wade Robson is perfect example. He is a fraud and a liar.

428 days ago


lol I didn't realize Propofol was a "drug for anyone".
It's a damn dangerous hospital surgery sedative for short comas. Not a nightly Nyquil pill given to mad buffoons.
MJ wanted no woman to trust.
He trusted plenty of drug dealers.
This stemmed from his emotional dependency on changing his skin & nose.
He used his abusive father as a scapegoat
for controlling his environment at Neverland.

He didn't mind knowing little criminal boys because he hated law enforcement & rules.
He loved his fake persona which was molded by his ideal image of white female movie actress acquaintances..
He transformed into Elizabeth Taylor.
He lied that his lover was Brooke Shields in 1993, when Brooke was with different men like Andre Agassi.

He claimed to not look at his face in the mirror, but he practically destroyed his African nose.
He didn' t enjoy anything a normal man did because he only desired to be superior to all adult men.

He slept with boys, no matter who they were or if he knew them for long, because according to him, he was god-like & a friend like a child.
MJ never had a role model besides Joe Jackson & his brothers were immoral to women. There's a phone recording of his hatred for his brothers' relationships.
He knew nothing about sons & their fathers.

MJ & his family were not different from each other.
He forced MJ kids to pay Conrad Murray.
His own brothers & parents manipulated MJ kids to autograph for a fake charity that MJ fanatics accepted.

Paris was distraught by the depositions in court.
She was upset by her q & a video shown in court.

428 days ago


Poor Jackson. He told a bodyguard that he had yoga in his bedroom and Prince believed the bodyguard. Ooops.

At least Jackson was a deadly liar. Wade can only learn from his deity--Elizabeth Taylors's KING OF POP, ROCK & R&B. LMAO

428 days ago


Bad news hurt Michael Jackson's earning potential, witness says

By Alan Duke, CNN

updated 6:31 AM EDT, Tue July 30, 2013

The death in 2009 of superstar Michael Jackson, who died of cardiac arrest at the age of 50, sent shockwaves around the world.

Michael Jackson's "likability" plunged in his last years, expert says
Damages for Jackson's death could be based on how much he might have earned
AEG Live execs bragged about how fast Jackson's first 50 London concerts sold out
Upcoming witnesses include Jackson brother Randy, sister Rebbie, ex-wife Debbie Rowe

Los Angeles (CNN) -- Negative headlines about drugs and sex abuse charges greatly diminished Michael Jackson's earning potential, an entertainment consultant said.

Jackson's album sales dropped sharply from his peak and his "likability" rating turned dramatically negative after "significantly negative headlines, drug abuse and other issues," Eric Briggs testified.

Briggs' testimony in the wrongful death trial of AEG Live is intended to counter an expert hired by Jackson lawyers who concluded the pop icon would have earned another $1.5 billion from world tours had he not died while preparing for his comeback concerts.

AEG Live placed a big bet on Jackson's ability to sell tickets when it signed him to a three-year deal for his "This Is It" tour. While the company worked hard to convince Jackson in 2009 to let them produce and promote the concerts, it paid Briggs more than $700,000 to prepare testimony for this trial questioning Jackson's star power.

In fact, AEG Live executives bragged at the time about how Jackson's first 50 London concerts sold out in record time with enough potential buyers lined up to sell out another 50 shows.

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If a jury decides that AEG Live is liable for Jackson's death, his lost earnings potential would factor into their determination of damages to be paid by the concert promoter.

Michael Jackson's mother and three children are suing AEG Live, contending it negligently hired, retained or supervised the doctor convicted of involuntary manslaughter in his death.

AEG Live lawyers argue that Jackson, not their executives, chose and controlled Dr. Conrad Murray and that they had no way of knowing about the dangerous treatments he was giving Jackson in the privacy of his bedroom.

They contend the singer was so deceptive and secretive about his medical treatments and drug use that even his family did not know. To help make their case, they'll play video of Jackson's youngest brother Randy being questioned about it. His testimony is expected to be shown to jurors after Brigg's testimony is concluded Wednesday.

Jackson's oldest sister Rebbie and ex-wife Debbie Rowe are also lined up to testify in the coming days. AEG Live is compelling their testimony, hoping to get revelations about Jackson's drug use.

Tuesday marks the 59th day of testimony in the trial, which the judge said could take another six weeks in a Los Angeles courtroom.

MJ's Q score

Briggs testified that he studied "Q score" data for Jackson, the trend of his album sales and his stability to conclude that Jackson had a low chance of earning money from endorsements and sponsorships.

An entertainment industry analyst hired by Jackson lawyers testified he was "reasonably certain" Jackson would have earned $300 million from endorsements and sponsorships.

Briggs disputed the estimate, saying that while Jackson was "a great performer" companies decide which celebrities to align their products with based on "likability" as measured by "Q scores."

Jackson's "Q score" in 1993 was in line with the average male musical performer, with about one person of every two surveyed saying they liked him, Briggs said. That was the year Jackson announced he had a problem with painkillers, and he entered rehab.

His score became dramatically negative over the next decade, Briggs said. By 2006, a year after he was acquitted in a child molestation trial, more than seven people said they disliked Jackson for every one who said they liked him, Briggs testified.

Companies would be "very anxious" about putting someone with such negative "likability" next to their products, he said.

Jackson lawyer Brian Panish will have a chance to question Briggs about his conclusions Tuesday.

428 days ago


King of Pop's ex-wife Debbie Rowe won't be called to testify this week in Michael Jackson wrongful death trial

Debbie Rowe, Michael Jackson's ex-wife and the mother of two of his children, won't be called to testify this week in the King of Pop's wrongful death trial. She will likely take the stand after other witnesses, including Michael's older sister Rebbie.


Tuesday, July 30, 2013, 1:29 AM.


Debbie Rowe, Michael Jackson's ex-wife and mother of two of his children, remains a probable witness in his wrongful death trial.

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Debbie Rowe won't be called to testify this week but remains a probable witness in the Michael Jackson wrongful death trial unfolding in Los Angeles, a defense lawyer said Monday.

AEG Live lawyer Marvin Putnam said Rowe, the King of Pop's ex-wife and the birth mother of his oldest son and daughter, "probably" will be called to testify but not until other witnesses including Michael's oldest sibling Rebbie Jackson take the stand.

Jurors also are expected to hear videotaped deposition testimony from Michael's youngest brother Randy Jackson, he said.


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Rowe was married to Jackson from 1996 to 1999, having met while she was working as a dermatology nurse.

Putnam said during his opening statement in April that Rowe had intimate knowledge of the superstar's lengthy use of the surgery-strength anesthetic that ultimately killed him.

He told jurors that Rowe would testify about Michael using propofol as a sleep aid as far back as the 1990s.

"(She) will tell you she saw several doctors put Mr. Jackson to sleep with propofol overnight in hotel rooms (while touring)," he said. "Ms. Rowe knew this was incredibly dangerous. …She would always insist on being there when he got propofol overnight."


Ethan Miller/Getty Images

Rowe reportedly believes her former employer Dr. Arnold Klein had a hand in Jackson's death.

He said Rowe "doesn't know the names of all the doctors" who gave the anesthetic but would name the ones she could.

Rowe undoubtedly would be a complicated witness. She used to work for Michael's dermatologist Dr. Arnold Klein and reportedly has blamed her former employer for having a hand in the "Thriller" singer's death.

But her testimony about Michael's propofol use could harm the case that her kids Paris and Prince have brought along with their grandmother Katherine and younger brother Blanket against AEG.


Matt Sayles/AP

Katherine Jackson claims her son could have earned more than $1 billion had he lived.

Rowe has grown extremely close to Paris since the 15-year-old's failed suicide attempt June 5, sources told the Daily News.

As Michael's heirs, Katherine and the kids are asking a jury to find AEG financially liable for negligently hiring and supervising Dr. Conrad Murray, the personal physician convicted of giving the music icon a deadly dose of propofol in June 2009.

AEG has denied any wrongdoing, arguing that Michael personally hired Murray and carefully hid his propofol use behind locked doors.


Joel Ryan/AP

Michael Jackson announces his 50 date "This Is It" concert series in London in March 2009. He died three months later.

On Monday, an expert witness testifying for AEG continued his assault on Katherine's claim her son could have earned more than $1 billion had he lived.

Eric Briggs, a consultant who has worked for the estates of Elvis Presley and Frank Sinatra, said it was dangerously "speculative" to assume Michael would have completed all 50 dates of his sold-out "This Is It" concert series in London - much less a 260...-date world tour.

He called Katherine's projections "unprecedented," arguing that the best selling tour of all time - U2's "360..." tour - grossed a grand total of $736 million. He said U2 band members only pocketed a fraction of that amount after paying for venues and pricey production costs.

He then underscored prior testimony that Michael's "Dangerous" tour lost money while his "HIStory" tour only broke even.

Briggs also questioned Michael's ability to line up sponsors and endorsement contracts due to his poor ratings in an influential poll of consumers.

And "Michael Jackson had a significant history of cancelling projects, even when they were fairly far along," Briggs testified.

428 days ago


Debbie Rowe Says Dr. Arnold Klein Killed Michael Jackson By Injecting Him With Deadly Drugs!

BY M Myers on July 30, 2013 |

Debbie Rowe will testify in the Michael Jackson wrongful death case, and what she has to say about his drug use certainly won’t help his family’s cause. Rowe will be called by AEG Live, according to TMZ, and will say that as early as the 1980s, MJ was abusing prescription meds.

Debbie blames Jackson’s good friend Dr. Arnold Klein the rumored biological father of Prince and Paris Jackson for enabling Michael’s habit.

According to TMZ Rowe will say that Dr. Klein had a standing order from Michael and when he came to the dermatologist’s office, he would be injected with Demerol and Vistaril.

That last part is crucial for AEG Live, as the company argues that it had no reason to know Michael was a drug abuser or the extent of said abuse. The only problem I see with the case is if everyone knew Michael had a drug habit and was addict than everyone is at fault for enabling Michael, including AEG. Turning a blind eye to a star’s deadly drug use while profiting from the addicted star is not right and makes one guilty too (ahem, GLEE! anyone…).

Debbie Rowe will say she saw MJ coming out of Klein’s office days before he died, and when he passed away, she tore Klein a new one on the phone:

“What the f**k did you give him? He’s dead and it’s your fault.”

She then hung up on him.

The testimony could be huge, because if a jury feels he could hide hardcore drug use, the argument that AEG killed Michael Jackson may not hold water. The testimony could be huge for AEG but detrimental to Debbie. Will a fragile Paris Jackson forgive her for helping to further destroy her father’s name and legacy. Paris just attempted suicide and now her mother Debbie whom she was trying to build a relationship with will be speaking out against the one person she adored and loved most—Michael Jackson. Of course MJ’s reputation is already finished – with all the convincing evidence that he was a serial child molester and junkie.

The Jackson family should have left well enough alone and this trial should never have seen the light of day. Michael’s skeletons and demons are on full blast for the world to see and ultimately his legacy will take the hit. Michael’s ultimate fans will forever love him but the damage has been done and this will tarnish what he spent so many years to build. Do you think Debbie needs to testify in this case? Is her testimony more important than her relationship with her daughter? Can Paris handle another betrayal?

428 days ago


Katherine proves what a criminal she was. Keep it coming from the "guardian of Paris". Another stupid decision to give guardianship to her. Why would he at a young age give his kids to a ghetto idiot who was near death? So, he looked psychotic because he had Propofol without real sleep in the 1990s.
No wonder in 2007, MJ said he "could've been impaired" before signing papers. Deny that, fanatics.

If he had lived a few more years, who knows how brainwashed the kids could become?

428 days ago


Long-tongued Kiss frontman Gene Simmons has reignited his feud with Michael Jackson fans — more than three years after he said the King of Pop was a child molester.

Refusing to hold his world famous tongue, the 63-year-old was confronted by a barrage of abuse at the weekend from Jacko supporters after a fan group supporting Wade Robson — the dancer-choreographer who has filed a claim against Michael Jackson‘s estate claiming alleged child sex abuse — reached out to him via the social media site.

Responding to the tweet, one fan wrote: “Gene Simmons never even met much less knew MJ.”

To which the glam rocker retorted, “In 80s, i went put w/Diana Ross, we visited Michael Jackson. You don’t know me. Don’t make up things about me.”

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“Visiting is NOT the same thing as knowing!” the fan reacted. “If you don’t want things made up about you, stop accusing Michael Jackson of being a “pedophile” as you did!!”

Then, Simmons repeated his claim of 2010 when he infamously said, “Where there’s smoke there’s fire… There is no question in my mind he molested those kids. Not a doubt.”

Furious, the rock legend told the fanatic: “FACT, He paid a family $22 million to settle one case. FACT, He paid $3.5 mil to another family. I stand by my words.”

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Simmons added, “Millions of people around the world believe he was. Difficult to believe. That does not mean it’s untrue.”

The full exchange is below:


Simmons’ band KISS was dumped from a 2011 Michael Jackson tribute concert following a flood of complaints after he called Jackson a pedophile in a magazine interview.

Accused of molesting a 13-year-old boy in 2005, the Thriller singer was ultimately acquitted of all charges. In 1993, Jackson settled a similar case out of court.


Rabids are clueless and dumb!!!!

428 days ago


So why would money help his pain? If you are emotionally scared, money is the last thing on your mind. He is just a sad individual. He is gay or bi?

428 days ago



DNA were found on the mattress and sheet from Neverland.

Wade can ask the court to identify who were the donors and if they were from any of the young boys , then there is evidence MJ was a pedo!!!

428 days ago
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