Robson: Anxiety Sparked Molestation Memories

    Defense witness for the Michael Jackson child molestation trial, Wade Robson, arrives for court at the Santa Barbara County Courthouse in Santa Maria, California Thursday, 5 May 2005.  (AP Photo/Lee Celano,Pool)

    Wade Robson after Jackson trial in May 2005. (Pool photo by Lee Celano)

    Wade Robson swore for 20 years that Michael Jackson never touched him when they shared a bed. But now, the famous choreographer is claiming a nervous breakdown triggered his memories of the King of Pop molesting him for seven years, when Robson was between the ages of 7 and 14. Sources tell TMZ that Robson’s anxiety was becoming debilitating during 2010, culminating in a total meltdown in March 2011 that ruined his career and cost him “a ton of money.” Robson landed in psychotherapy, where he finally confronted his shameful memories and concluded Jackson was “a monster." Robson then told his family and friends that he planned to file a lawsuit against the MJ estate asking for damages for sexual abuse.

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