A 30-year-old dance choreographer has filed a claim against Michael Jackson's estate accusing the late pop star of sexual molestation. Lawyers for the man have asked the probate court of Los Angeles for permission to make a creditor's claim, even though the time period for filing has passed. The choreographer, who is arriving late on the scene in this estate litigation, is known for working with famous pop acts like Britney Spears and Usher. He says he slept at the Neverland Ranch and in two of Jackson's homes at different times when he was aged 7 until he was 14. Although it has been nearly a decade since Jackson's child molestation case in 2005, it's doubtless that anyone in New Jersey or elsewhere in the country has forgotten the emotional court battle.
The court is keeping the new accusations made by the choreographer confidential. However, it is said that the documentation includes a statement from a psychiatrist who saw the man while he was a child. Also, it is known that during Jackson's 2005 child molestation trial, a house assistant of Jackson claimed she saw the singer showering with the choreographer when the man was less than 10 years old.