During a tour of ownership, Robson allegedly had the opportunity to find Jackson or his sister tonight or to be with him.
"And my reaction was" Of course, I want to be with you, "Robson said.
When he left Robson's family farm and was about to visit Grand Canyon, Robson said, and Jackson was so shamelessly crying.
Robson said that he was left alone with Jackson for a week, but in Jackson's first or second night, "he touched my legs and touched my pants" he started.
"She performs oral sex as she advanced to me, showing how she gave me oral sex," said Robson.
Robson told Jackson: "God has brought us together. He loves each other, and that's how we show our love."
Safechuck, who was nine when he met for the first time that Jackson was thrown into a Pepsi trade, said that the pop star groomed him in a similar way.
Jackson's brothers accused Jackie, Marlon, and Tito and his nephew Tajik, and Robson and Safechuck motivated their money.
Robson and Safechuck said they could relinquish the participation of the documentary and had no participation.
He worked with Robson, Britney Spears, and the NSYNC boy's team, and was Jackson's supporter of Jackson's Australian court in 2005 for being a suspected child.
Jackson was acquitted because Robson demonstrated that Jackson was not responsible for sexual abuse.
"Mikel Strogoff began to testify on the first night when I began to abuse him," Robson told the earlier king of the star. "When I began to give it, if no one was found, we would go to prison, we will end our lives."
He regretted that Jackson did not speak at the time.
"I'm ready … Maybe I had the chance to be on paper, at that moment, with Mikel Stuttgart."
Jackson died in 2009, and it was surprising that Robson made public his claims of abuse and the civil court case against the Jackson court was upset by the pop star of seven to fourteen years old.
A Los Angeles court sued in 2015, and Robson extended a month's murder within a month.
The judge did not file Robson's allegations on credibility.
Robson and Safechuck said they had not been their children with what they claimed they did.
"We can not do what happened … But what can we do now?" said Robson. "How can comfort be for other residents? That's it".
If you need the necessary help or if you need it, you can contact 1800RESPECT (1800 737 732), Lifeline 131 114, 1300 224 636 mobile phone or Child Manual 1800 55 1800 at the Sexual Assault, Internal and Domestic Violence Counseling Service.
AAP, with employee writers