Wade Robson's father killed himself in torment over the alleged sexual abuse his son suffered at the hands of Michael Jackson, the dancer claims.
The Australian-born Robson revealed his secret family anguish in an amended complaint against the late King of Pop’s estate, obtained by Radar.
Wade, 30, had become estranged from his dad, who died in 2002.
The former So You Think You Can Dance judge said his aunt told him that MJ's abuse of Wade was "a source of anxiety and depression for his father.”
Before the suicide, Wade’s dad had been diagnosed with bipolar disorder and his relationship with his wife Joy had “deteriorated,” the filing said.
Wade told the court that his father had been with him when he first traveled to Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch for a weekend retreat in 1990.
“The first night of the weekend, on or about February 3, 1990, Plaintiff [Robson] and his sister slept in Decedent’s bedroom (a two floor bedroom suite with beds both in the downstairs and upstairs areas), in the same bed with decedent downstairs,” it’s revealed.
“The rest of the family," he adds, "slept in the separate guest quarters.”
The next night Jackson's sexual abuse of Robson began, it’s alleged.
Days later, the Robsons left the ranch to continue a road trip, but Wade’s father and mother allowed their son to stay behind with Michael Jackson.
“Plaintiff slept in Decedent’s bed every night and the sexual abuse took place every night,” says Wade, who alleges that Jackson had a child molestation alarm installed.
Robson’s family returned to stay Plaintiff at the ranch the following weekend, but again, Wade slept in the bed with Jackson while the family slept elsewhere.
“The sexual abuse continued on each of those nights,” it’s alleged.
You can read the full complaint over at Radar Online.