Debbie Rowe rips Michael Jackson's "opportunistic" accuser
Michael Jackson accuser Wade Robson is only out for profit, said Debbie Rowe. See what the mother of two of the late legend's children had to say about the choreographer who claims he was sexually abused long ago.
Debbie Rowe is no fan of Wade Robson, the choreographer who is accusing the late Michael Jackson of sexually abusing him during his childhood. The 54-year-old, who is not only the singer's ex-wife but also the mother of Prince Michael and Paris Jackson, weighed in on the 30-year-old's motives during a call to TMZ.
"I was angered that Wade Robson reversed his sworn testimony from court in 2005, and now claims to be a victim of sexual abuse," explained Rowe, who absolutely does not believe that Michael Jackson molested Robson.
Despite outright denying Michael Jackson ever touched him during the Thriller singer's trial in 2005, Robson now claims he was molested during a seven-year-period, between the ages of 7 and 14.
"His publicity-seeking attempt is opportunistic and just oozes falseness," Rowe continued. "It will be quickly forgotten, and will do nothing, nothing to tarnish Michael's extraordinary legacy."
Perhaps helping the case of those who support the deceased singer is Taj Jackson, son of Michael Jackson's brother Tito, who claims that he too was molested as a child — and that Robson's a liar.
"I will not sit back and let someone flat out lie about my uncle. PERIOD," 39-year-old Taj Jackson revealed Thursday on Twitter. "I was sexually abuse. By an uncle on my mom's side of the family when I was a kid...That is how I KNOW Wade is lying. Because I AM a survivor."
"I hate that Wade made me do this, this way," he added, "but since my uncle Michael is no longer here to defend himself. I will."
When asked about Taj's accusations, Jermaine Jackson (Jacksun?) told TMZ only, "I've never heard that. I've never ever heard that."