A US judge has dismissed a lawsuit from one of Michael Jackson’s accusers, who claimed Jackson’s companies allowed the star to abuse him and other children.
James Safechuck has said the singer started abusing him when he was 10.
In 2014, he sued MJJ Productions and MJJ Ventures, and has alleged they “were created to, and did, facilitate Jackson’s sexual abuse of children”.
But the judge dismissed the case, saying the companies didn’t have a duty of care for Mr Safechuck.
Mr Safechuck was one of two men who accused the late pop star of abuse in last year’s Leaving Neverland documentary.