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Wade Robson Says A Nervous Breakdown Triggered Memories That Michael Jackson Molested Him
Posted by Joseph Lee on 05.09.2013

TMZ reports that Wade Robson, the choreographer who claims Michael Jackson molested him for seven years, said a nervous breakdown in March of last year.

He had anxiety that was building for most of 2011 and resulted in a "debilitating nervous breakdown" in March 2012 that caused him to go into complete seclusion and hurt his career. After it happened, he was unable to work or fulfill his commitments. He breached several contracts, including a promise to write three songs. Sources say he lost "a ton of money" and has earned almost nothing since.

After the breakdown, he went to a psychotherapist for weeks which caused him to remember that Michael Jackson molested him from the ages of 7-14. He then told his family about it and revealed he planned to file a lawsuit against the Estate.

Family sources claim that while he's not making any money, he has "substantial savings",. so money doesn't appear to be a motivation.


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