A biography of Michael Jackson claims that court documents prove that some of Wade Robson’s allegations of sexual abuse by the singer are incorrect.
Mike Smallcombe claims a testimony from Wade’s mother, Joy, proving as early as 1993 that at least part of the alleged victim’s claims in the shocking Leaving Neverland documentary are untrue.
Speaking to the mirror, the writer said that the central issue of the case claims that the abuse began during a trip to the Grand Canyon – which in the Wade movie claims he was not present when he was back at the Neverland Ranch with Jackson.
Mr. Smallcombe says that Joy told a court hearing that Wade actually came with them and did not stay with the King of Pop.
He said: “In the documentary, Wade Robson describes how he and his then 10-year-old sister spent the first two nights in January 1990 in Neverland’s bedroom.
“Wade then claimed that his family had left to go to the Grand Canyon, while he was left alone with Jackson at Neverland for the next five days.
“Wade claimed it was then when he was first abused by Jackson, going into detail about what would have happened over the course of several nights.”
Looking back on the testimony of the Australian mother during the Jodie Chandler case against Jackson, Smallcombe says she had “no reason” to lie about her son going to the Grand Canyon with them because “it would have no difference made’.
He continued: “His mother, Joy Robson, testified under oath in a statement in 1993/1994 regarding the Jordie Chandler case that Wade had actually gone with them on that trip to the Grand Canyon before the whole family returned to Neverland for the second time the following weekend.
“Joy Robson had no reason to lie about this, she openly admitted that on other occasions Wade had stayed with Jackson alone.
“She could have said,” Wade stayed behind with Michael when we left for the Grand Canyon between weekends, “it wouldn’t have made a difference.”
He continued: “Her words in that statement were:” We went to the ranch for the first weekend, and then we went and went to the Grand Canyon, and we toured. We came back to the ranch for the following weekend “.
“She was asked to tell who had gone to the Grand Canyon, and she said” my family. “There was no mention that Wade was left behind.
“To confirm this, she later revealed that the first time Wade stayed alone with Jackson on the ranch, without her, was actually in 1993.
“She said:” My son has never been without me on the farm until this year (1993). “
Wade continued to defend Jackson during his trial against 2005 and told the court that he would have remained in Neverland without his mother in 1992 or 1993, when Macaulay Culkin and Jordie Chandler were also there.
The writer then finally claims that Wade had even admitted that he had to ask his mother what happened when he was a child, as he could not remember.
He said: “That was when Wade was preparing a book about the alleged abuse, because it had not received Cirque du Soleil’s assignment with the estate.
“All of this shows that Wade’s story about the first time he was abused, while the rest of his family reportedly left the farm to go to the Grand Canyon, is incorrect.
“Of course, while this does not categorically exclude Jackson Wade Robson from abusing it, you do wonder if this extremely detailed and most important story was made up in the documentary.”