Michael Jackson would stay in constant contact with one of his alleged rape victims by sending the boy daily faxes.
In the HBO documentary Leaving Neverland, which premiered on Sunday, Wade Robson’s family said that Jackson would sometimes send so many messages to the young boy that the entire living room would be covered with paper.
At the same time, Jackson also composed a lullaby for Robson using his nickname for the boy: ‘Little one.’
Robson sang part of the lullaby, which began: ‘Has anyone seen / My little one / My little one is here.’
Michael Jackson would stay in constant contact with Wade Robson (pictured together) by sending the boy daily faxes
Wade Robson’s family said that Jackson would sometimes send so many messages to the young boy that the entire living room would be covered with paper
They all show Jackson expressing his love for Robson, speaking of his desire for the boy to return to the United States
In this fax, he asks that Robson reply back with a fax. The accuser was just eight years old at the time
Jackson used the nickname ‘little one’ when referring to Robson. In the fax on the right, he offers the family financial help
At the time, Robson had returned back to Australia after spending months with Jackson in the states.
He speaks about how at the start, the two would speak on the phone.
‘We used to spend hours and hours and hours on the phone. He called every day, for two years,’ said Robson.
‘He started calling me apple head. I would call him apple head some times. And then he started calling me Little One. I don’t know where it came from but that became my name from him.’
Soon after, the family got a fax machine and the messages began to come in all day long.
They all show Jackson expressing his love for Robson, speaking of his desire for the boy to return to the United States and asking that he reply back with a fax.
Robson was 8 at the time.
He is known to many as the man who reportedly came between Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake, and inspired Timberlake to write the break-up anthem Cry Me A River.
‘He started calling me apple head. I would call him apple head some times. And then he started calling me Little One. I don’t know where it came from but that became my name from him,’ Robson said
This sketch was among the pictured Michael Jackson send his rape accuser Wade Robson
The Australian-born dancer, 36, previously filed a lawsuit against Jackson’s estate in 2016 asking for $1.62 billion in damages.
In his complaint, Robson claimed that he was raped by the King of Pop for seven years, starting when he was seven and ending when he was 14.
That suit was eventually tossed, with the judge ruling that the singer’s estate could not be held responsible for the allegations being made by Robson.
The court made no comments in the validity of the lawsuit, but Jackson’s family was very vocal about the fact that Robson had testified on the singer’s behalf at his 2005 trial.
Robson detailed in his court filing the alleged abuse he suffered at the hands of Jackson.
He said it included ‘kissing and french kissing, Jackson masturbating while watching Robson naked on all fours like a dog and fondling of genitals with hands and mouth’.
Robson alleged in his suit that Jackson lost interest in him when he turned 14, but prior to that had told the young boy: ‘We can never tell anyone what we are doing. People are ignorant and they would never understand that we love each other and this is how we show it. If anyone were to ever find out our lives and career would be over.’
The Australian-born dancer, 36, previously filed a lawsuit against Jackson’s (pictured together estate in 2016 asking for $1.62 billion in damages
Pictured: Leaving Neverland director Dan Reed (center), Wade Robson (left) and James Safechuck
Fans of Jackson and his family were shocked when they learned about the filing given that Robson had been a crucial witness in Jackson’s acquittal on similar charges back in 2005.
At that trial he testified under oath that Jackson had never once touched him inappropriately or abused him during their time together.
Robson responded to the criticism by stating: ‘I did not believe that I was forced. I believed that I was a consenting participant in the sexual acts.’