MICHAEL JACKSON: Accuser’s Lawsuits Dismissed

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One of Michael Jackson‘s accusers in that controversial 2019 HBO documentary has lost his latest court challenge.

Variety says the suit by Wade Robson, one of the principal figures seen in Leaving Neverland, was dismissed Monday by a California judge.

It accused two production companies owned by Jackson of failing to protect boys from the entertainer’s sexual advances. But Judge Mark A. Young ruled that the companies had no ability to control Jackson because Jackson owned them outright.

Jonathan Steinsapir, representing Jackson’s companies, accused Robson of spending “the last eight years pursuing frivolous claims in different lawsuits against Michael Jackson’s estate and companies associated with it.”

Young also dismissed a similar suit last fall by James Safechuck, the other main Jackson accuser in Leaving Neverland.

Robson’s attorney said that he would appeal the ruling.

Written by: Tony Williams

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