Michael Jackson Accuser Tried To Anonymously Auction Off Memorabilia: Report


Leaving Neverland has sparked dialogue surrounding Michael Jackson’s historical past of alleged sexual abuse. The singer’s property has denied all claims towards Jackson. Wade Robson, one among Jackson’s accusers that appeared within the doc, burned memorabilia belonging to Michael Jackson in Leaving Neverland. However, it appears to be like like he tried to pawn off a few of these objects in 2011 anonymously.

According to The Blast, Wade Robson as soon as tried to public sale off Michael Jackson memorabilia in 2011. Julien’s Auction, an public sale home that after dealt with bidding behind Jackson memorabilia, responded to followers questioning whether or not the objects Robson tried to public sale had been actual. “Wade consigned his assortment to us immediately. He was the one that we paid once we bought his assortment. He wanted the cash,” they mentioned.

 “Wade requested to stay nameless and mentioned that he didn’t need anybody to know that it was him promoting it the objects in 2011. But we didn’t comply with that and listed it because the Wade Robson assortment. He consigned a number of objects and wished us to promote all objects of his that had worth,” they added.

Julien’s web site reveals they bought two objects supplied by Robson. One of the objects was the black forearm gloves from the “Bad” video and the opposite is a fedora from the “Smooth Criminal” music video. The gloves bought for $31,250 whereas the hat went for $49,920.

Jackson’s property, who just lately filed a $100M lawsuit towards HBO for airing the documentary, imagine that is extra proof that proves that Robson will not be a real sufferer and that he is solely in it for cash.