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Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch was allegedly full of hidden bedrooms, warning systems and other features that facilitated his sexually abusive behavior, according to the HBO documentary Leaving Neverland.
In the first half of the two-part film released on March 3 and 4, two of the late singer’s alleged victims, Wade Robson and James Safechuck, described how Jackson used his infamous California compound to transfix the two young boys when he invited each of them there, keep them separate from their parents, and even warn him of anyone approaching a room in which, they say, he was sexually assaulting them.
Neverland - Ranch - Acre - Property - Pop
Neverland Ranch, the 2,700 acre property where the pop star lived for 15 years is currently on the market, and the realtor’s description of the property, which has been renamed Sycamore Valley Ranch,this link opens in a new tab includes features like a fire department building, a swimming pool, basketball and tennis courts, game rooms, a zoo, and multiple guesthouses. Jackson’s famous private amusement park, which featured a ferris wheel, carousel, roller coaster and an arcade, has been removed.
In Leaving Neverland, Safechuck, now 40, details how many of the kid-friendly features were allegedly used for sinister purposes.
Details - Allegations - Robson - Safechuck
The following includes explicit details of the allegations made by Robson and Safechuck.
“There was a castle in the theme park, and upstairs there was a bedroom. You could see if somebody was coming. It had just a small bed. Up there, we would have sex,” he says, recalling his experience at age 10, in part one of the documentary.
Rooms - Places - Jackson - Ranch - Fort
He identifies numerous secret rooms and secluded places Jackson would allegedly take him to at the ranch: “He had an Indian fort with teepees, so we would lay down sleeping bags, have snacks and then have sexual relations there . . . There’s a third floor attic....
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