More than seven years after his death, the lawsuits against Michael Jackson keep on coming.
The latest complaint, filed by a Jane Doe who alleges that she was abused by Jackson from 1986 to 1989, when she was aged 12 to 15, claims that Jackson secretly operated, “the most sophisticated public child sexual-abuse procurement and facilitation organizations the world has known.”
RadarOnline.com has obtained the woman’s court papers, which give graphic detail about the “childhood sexual abuse” she alleges she suffered at the hands of Jackson.
Reps for Jackson’s estate have been quick to rubbish the claims, accusing the woman of an “attempt to hit the lottery by suing the estate of Michael Jackson more than seven years after Michael’s death and close to 30 years after these incidents supposedly occurred.”
Describing the claim as being “without any merit,” the reps also told Radar, “It’s no coincidence that this woman is represented by the same attorneys involved in two other frivolous claims against the estate.”
According to the complaint obtained by Radar, the woman had a chance meeting with Jackson at his Hayvenhurst estate in 1986, when she was 12. Jackson obtained her family’s home phone number, she says, and through letters, phone calls, and gifts groomed her to be his sex partner.
The complaint lists a litany of disturbing sex acts the woman alleges Jackson performed, and also claims that while his businesses “held out to the public to be businesses dedicated to creating and distributing multimedia entertainment,” they were in fact “specifically designed to locate, attract, lure, and seduce child sexual-abuse victims.”
Although the Thriller singer is said to have paid as much as $200 million in hush money to multiple victims before his death in 2009, he was never convicted of child abuse. Many of his defenders simply prefer to focus on his musical achievements.
His trial, in 2005, found him not guilty on 14 counts of sexual abuse. But since that time, a steady stream of additional accusers has come forward.
Last year, Radar published allegations that investigators at the time of the trial discovered Jackson had stockpiled a vast collection of sexual imagery, including child pornography, scenes of animal torture, and S&M pictures, reportedly used as part of a twisted strategy to groom sexual-molestation victims by desensitizing them.