Michael Jackson ran "the most sophisticated child sex abuse operation," choreographer Wade Robson claimed in new court documents, pleading with the court to add his new negligence claims to the lawsuit.
The shocking complaint filings allege that the late King of Pop and his confidants sought out victims using their two companies, MJJ Productions and MJJ Ventures, which were originally created for developing and distributing Jackson's work.
"MJJ Productions operated the most sophisticated child sexual abuse procurement and facilitation operation the world has known," Robson's lawyer, Vince Finaldi, said on Monday. "Although MJJ Productions on its face was a multimedia company dedicated to creating and distributing Michael Jackson's music and entertainment, it actually served a dual purpose, and that was locating, producing and enabling his sexual abuse of kids."
Finaldi also alleged that Jackson's team would arrange for a child and their family to be picked up in a limo and taken to the singer's infamous ranch for an extravagant stay.
"Make no mistake, Neverland Ranch was nothing but a well-orchestrated trap," Rinaldi told the New York Daily News. "It was custom-built to attract kids so he could groom them and decide which to sexually abuse."
As for Robson, the Australian dancer claims that abuse began after he was taken under Jackson's wing at just 5-years-old. According to Robson, sexual abuse ensued for eight years, until he reached puberty and Jackson "lost interest."
As Radar reported, Robson will head to trial next March in his civil case against MJJ Ventures and MJJ Productions.
A lawyer for MJJ Productions declined to comment on the matter.