On April 27, Los Angeles County

Superior Court Judge Mark Young

dismissed a lawsuit brought by one of

two men alleging that the late music

legend Michael Jackson sexually

abused them. The man, Wade Robson,

was featured in the contested and

controversial documentary, “Leaving

Neverland.” Michael jackson’snephew, Taj

Jackson, 47, has led the family against the allegations

regarding his late uncle. Judge Young’s decision held that MJJ Productions and MJJ Ventures, Michael Jackson’s estate, cannot be held financially liable and have “no legal ability” in the allegations made by accuser Wade Robson. Michael Jackson died in 2009 at 51.

“Both Wade Robson and James 

Safechuck’s cases have been separately

thrown out of court again and

again. Facts and Evidence ACTUALLY

MATTER in court. When will the media

finally look into these 2 men and all

their provable lies? Lies Run Sprints

But The Truth Runs Marathons,” Taj

Jackson wrote on social media after

news of the latest dismissal broke on

April 26.

The suit was brought in 2013 by

Wade Robson over alleged abuse by

Michael Jackson in the late 1980s

and early 1990s. In October 2020, the

judge dismissed a suit by James Safechuck,

the second accuser featured in

HBO’s “Leaving Neverland.” In 2005,

Michael Jackson was acquitted in

Santa Barbara County Superior Court

of various allegations against him.

The Jackson estate sued HBO over the

documentary and the parties are now

in private arbitration to resolve the

matter.

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