Following the shocking release of a court filing claiming Michael Jackson raped him, Wade Robson opened up about the allegations in a heartfelt Facebook post.
Documents filed by Robson’s attorneys allege that the late music icon forced him to do all sorts of sickening things when he was between the ages of 7-14.
Wade, now 31, previously denied Jackson was guilty of any wrongdoing during his 2005 molestation trial, serving as a witness in the singer's defense.
Last year he came forward, however, saying he was brainwashed and traumatized but all the horrors of his childhood abuse had come to the surface.
In the aftermath of the leak of his latest court filing against Jackson's estate, Wade says, "This article contains some of the details of my child sexual abuse."
"It was not the plan for this info to be made public, but now that it has, I am sharing it because it is important for these ‘uncomfortable’ topics to be talked about."
“One in four girls + 1 in 6 boys are sexually abused before they are 18. We must face these facts and learn to prevent them in any way we can."
"Silence perpetuates abuse.”
The dancer/choreographer says he has experienced incredible support for his plight since the disturbing allegations were made public earlier this week:
“I am immensely moved by this incredible outpouring of support. Thank you to family and friends. It means a lot to me. And it means a lot to all survivors."
For its part, Jackson’s estate has adamantly denied any guilt on the star's part, and is vowing to fight the bombshell allegations to the finish in court.
Another accuser, James Safechuck, also made headlines this week with similarly graphic tales of childhood sexual experiences with Michael Jackson.
Do you believe Wade's claims?