- Wade Robson shopped around a book in 2012 detailing his claims that Michael Jackson sexually abused him, DailyMail.com can reveal Robson and fellow accuser James Safechuck allege Jackson sexually molested them at his Neverland ranch in the HBO documentary Leaving Neverland
- The Australian dancer approached a string of publishing companies demanding a ‘large amount of money’ for rights to the book, according to court docs
- In a note dated in August 2013, Robson typed: ‘My story of abuse and its effects will make me relatable/relevant’
- In another note from April 2015, Robson jotted down ‘writings of my thoughts’ and one sentence ended with the words: ‘It’s time to get mine!’
- The documents also reveal the book was causing friction between Robson and his wife Amanda, who questioned whether if it ‘was the right thing to do’
- When publishers passed on his proposal frustrated Robson launched a doomed $1.5 billion civil lawsuit seeking damages from the Michael Jackson Estate
Michael Jackson accuser Wade Robson wanted to cash in with a tell-all book revealing sex abuse allegations against the King of Pop and wrote a personal note stating: ‘It’s time to get mine!’, according to bombshell court documents.