Brisbane choreographer back in court over Michael Jackson sex claims

BRISBANE choreographer Wade Robson has lost his bid to grill representatives of Michael Jackson’s estate about alleged child sex claims.

His lawyer was hoping to grill the heads of Jackson’s estate in the Los Angeles Superior Court about the alleged abuse on Thursday.

But the Jackson estate lawyer says his clients have already denied anything sexual took place between Jackson and Robson.


Robson was a five-year-old dance prodigy in Brisbane when he first met the late King of Pop and testified in 2005 that he’d never been abused.

Robson is hoping to get a slice of the $1.6 billion estate as compensation, filing a claim in Los Angeles after Mr Jackson died in 2009.

The matter’s been adjourned until next month.