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Wade Robson opened up on Today this morning about his claims that Michael Jackson sexually abused him and forced him to keep quiet about it.

Robson told Matt Lauer there is no repressed memory of what happened, as has been reported, nor is he coming forward now just for money.

“I never forgot one moment of what Michael did,” he said. “but I was psychologically unable and unwilling to understand that it was sexual abuse.”

Asked to spell out what that means, he didn't hesitate.

The choreographer claims that the King of Pop "performed sexual acts on him and forced me to perform sexual acts on him" when he was a child.

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Wade Robson is ready to break his silence on the Michael Jackson sex abuse allegations, and does not sound like a man who's ready to duck and cover.

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Robson surfaced at NYC's JFK airport today, where he was accosted by paparazzi about his accusations that Michael Jackson sexually abused him.

Choreographer Wade, 30, said that the late King of Pop abused him for years when he was a kid, and that he was a monster and everyone knows it.

As for why he didn't come forward until now, he says he blocked out the memories and recently suffered a breakdown due to the repressed trauma.

That breakdown, he claims, torpedoed his career and cost him millions, which he is hoping to recoup in his lawsuit against the music icon's estate.

The estate believes Wade is completely lying, while MJ's former lawyer suggests that AEG could be behind Robson's curiously timed allegations.

Robson says he'll open up later this week. Think he's telling the truth?


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In addition to Wade Robson's allegations, Michael Jackson's life is back in the news this week because of his family's wrongful death lawsuit against AEG Live.

Then again, MJ's former attorney suggested this week that Robson may have been motivated to come forward by AEG, his former concert promoter.

In any case, days before his death, the King of Pop told Kenny Ortega, the producer of the ill-fated This Is It tour, that "God keeps talking to me."

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Ortega and associate producer Alif Sankey testified that they became increasingly alarmed at Jackson's frail appearance during his final rehearsals.

Sankey was so worried that at one point she began crying.

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Wade Robson's new sex abuse accusations against Michael Jackson shocked the world, but MJ's former attorney has a theory on why he came forward now.

The timing is so curious, Tom Mesereau suggests it may be the work of AEG - the company at the center of the Michael Jackson wrongful death lawsuit.

The legal battle currently raging between Katherine Jackson and Michael's children and AEG could cost the concert promoters BILLIONS of dollars.

With that much at stake, and Michael's reputation possibly their best line of attack, would they go so far as to pay Wade Robson to come forward against MJ?

Mesereau doesn't know anything for a fact, but wouldn't doubt it.

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Wade Robson, through his attorney, is elaborating on his recent sexual abuse claim against the late Michael Jackson, who he calls an abusive monster.

One who threatened and brainwashed him, no less.

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Henry Gradstein tells TMZ that Wade Robson, 30, was molested by the King of Pop at Neverland Ranch and his other homes between ages 7 and 14.

As for why Wade didn't come forward until now - and even testified under oath that Michael was innocent, as Jackson's lawyers pointed out immediately?

"Last year, on a career trajectory that was off the charts, he collapsed under the stress and sexual trauma of what had happened to him for seven years as a child."

The attorney adds that Robson carried the weight of long-repressed, emotional "brain washing by a sexual predator until the burden of it all crushed him."

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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.

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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."

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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.

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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.

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Katherine Jackson's apparent contradiction about her son Michael‘s drug use may hurt her wrongful death lawsuit claim, according to a new report.

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An attorney for Katherine told jurors Monday during opening statements that the late King of Pop had been addicted to prescription drugs for decades.

The Jackson family's case hinges on the notion that this was common knowledge and that AEG's claims to have been unaware of it were negligent.

However, a statement signed by the Jackson family matriarch in 2007 claiming that her son DIDN’T have an addiction problem may not help her cause.

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Dr. Conrad Murray is - again - proclaiming innocence when it comes to the death of Michael Jackson, telling Today in a phone interview that he's not to blame.

Murray also says he hopes to practice medicine again some day. Even if he can legally pull that off, we can't exactly envision the patients lining up ...

Speaking with the NBC morning show, Murray did say that he's sorry Michael Jackson died, but he still says he is in no way responsible for his death.

Murray is sticking to his story, which did not play well with a jury in his manslaughter trial, that Michael Jackson killed himself with a fatal dose of Propofol.

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With Debbie Rowe set to testify in the Michael Jackson wrongful death case, lawyers are wondering what she might reveal under oath about his kids' paternity.

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Lawyers for Katherine Jackson have been making a number of inquiries on the eve of the trial, in which the family attempts to win billions from AEG Live.

Katherine's legal team worries that Debbie will testify Michael is NOT the biological father of Prince and Paris Jackson, which has long been rumored.

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