Wade Robson is accusing Michael Jackson of sexual abuse, 20 years after it allegedly occurred and eight years after swearing it did not occur in court.
The choreographer, now 30, filed legal documents asking for money from the Michael Jackson Estate, on grounds of childhood sexual abuse.
He met Michael when he was 5. They became close. By the time he was 7, he had sleepovers at Neverland and MJ's homes in L.A. and Las Vegas.
The sleepovers continued until Wade Robson was 14.
In Jackson's 2005 molestation trial, MJ's former housekeeper, Blanca Francia, testified she witnessed him in the shower with Wade, who was 8 or 9.
Robson, however, testified in the child molestation case personally and denied that the King of Pop engaged in any kind of inappropriate conduct.
Now he's telling a dramatically different story.
Wade's lawyer filed documents May 1 asking the judge in the Michael Jackson Estate case to allow him to file a late creditor's claim against the Estate.
The claim stems from alleged "childhood sexual abuse" and the complaint specifically outlines the alleged abuse at the hands of Michael Jackson.
Robson's attorney also mentions a psychiatrist who treated Wade after the alleged abuse, likely to bolster the argument that he deserves compensation.
Robson has worked with top names in music including Britney Spears, *NSYNC, Usher and P!nk; he's also worked on So You Think You Can Dance.
He is believed to be the "other man" who Britney cheated on Justin Timberlake with way back in the day, inspiring JT's 2002 hit song "Cry Me a River."