Wade Robson is blatantly lying in claiming Michael Jackson molested him as a child, according to past and present attorneys for the late King of Pop.
Robson, a 30-year-old choreographer, knew Jackson well as a young boy, and says in a just-filed legal claim that the King of Pop sexually abused him.
In response, Howard Weitzman, the attorney for Jackson's estate, hit back hard, telling TMZ that "Mr. Robson's claim is outrageous and pathetic."
"This is a young man who has testified at least twice under oath and said in numerous interviews that Michael never did anything inappropriate to him or with him."
Wade Robson did in fact testify in Jackson's 2005 molestation trial that Michael did not abuse him. The singer was famously acquitted of all charges.
"Only now, nearly four years after Michael has passed away, this sad and less than credible claim has been made," Weitzman added, incredulously.
"We are confident that the court will see this for what it is."
Wade is asking a judge for the green light to seek compensation from Jackson's estate, even though the time frame for filing such grievances has expired.
Sources say Robson is claiming he suffered from "repressed memory" and that's why he didn't file his creditor's claim against the estate on time.
Tom Mesereau, the attorney who successfully defended MJ in the 2005 trial, also criticized Robson, saying such a belated claim "must be just about money."
Mesereau says Robson was strong and unwavering in his testimony that Jackson never touched him, and never cracked during intense cross-examination.
Robson admitted he slept in Michael's bed as a child, when he was a frequent Neverland Ranch guest from age 7-14. However, he defended the singer.
Michael was affectionate and would often kiss him on the cheek, Wade said, but never touched him in a sexual manner or behaved suggestively.
In fact, while Robson was on the stand describing this, he passionately told the court more than once, "I'm telling you that nothing ever happened."
Mesereau reiterated, "Michael never touched Robson inappropriately in any way" and scoffed at the notion that he suffers from any repressed memory.
You be the judge: