In its letter to HBO that targets director Dan Reed, Jackson’s estate claims Reed featured two admitted perjurers – Wade Robson and James Safechuck and consciously refused to contact anyone who would discredit them.
- The late Bryan Robson who died in 2012 had left behind a will on what should be done to his parcels of land in Nairobi according to British lawyer Guy Spencer - With no wife and children, Spencer alleges Robson’s will was left to be executed by him - Thomas Mutaha a purported aide of the late Robson on the other hand claims the land was left to him by the deceased - Spencer has been unable to execute the will because Mutaha argued the will was a piece of forgery aimed at defrauding the late Robson - He was charged with forgery counts in the High court in 2017 A British lawyer is facing a forgery case in Kenya for allegedly attempting to take over a multi-billion estate of his deceased client in Nairobi.
Photo by Danny Moloshok/Invision/AP Los Angeles- On Friday, HBO announced an air date for "Leaving Neverland," the two-part documentary from filmmaker Dan Reed about Wade Robson and James Safechuck's claims of sexual abuse by pop star Michael Jackson.
British expat Guy Elms, 52, drew up a will for Roger Robson, the owner of the six-acre estate in Nairobi who died in 2012.
The video comes as a documentary, shown at the Sundance Film Festival, features Jackson's former child companions Wade Robson and James Safechuck claiming the star raped and sexually abused the pair during sleepovers at his Neverland ranch.
One, a 10-year-old boy named Wade Robson, told CNN about harmless “slumber parties” in Jackson’s bedroom.
Leaving Neverland features on-camera interviews with Wade Robson and James Safechuck, who describe their relationships with Jackson in graphic detail and said that as young boys they loved the singer.
A separate lawsuit, filed around the same time by Wade Robson — another child friend of Jackson’s who has since grown up — was equally disturbing.
“But we can’t just stand by while this public lynching goes on, and the vulture tweeters and others who never met Michael go after him.” READ ALSO: BREAKING: I have not resigned, says suspended CJN Onnoghen “Michael is not here to defend himself, otherwise these allegations would not have been made.” The new four-hour documentary — which is set to air on HBO later this year — reportedly included graphic testimony from accusers Wade Robson and James Safechuck, leaving Sundance viewers shellshocked.
Picture: Reuters The new four-hour documentary from director Dan Reed - which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival - features allegations from Wade Robson and James Safechuck that Michael Jackson sexually abused them as children and both men insisted they have not profited from the film but just want to protect others from going through similar experiences.