Wade Robson and James Safechuk were on "CBS This Morning" to detail the alleged abuse.
This week, CBS This Morning has been covering the upcoming Michael Jackson documentary heavily, interviewing members of the late singer's family and speaking to his accusers. Gayle King is handling many of the interviews, trying to get as much information out of her guests as possible. Leaving Neverland will be premiering on HBO this Sunday but before then, Wade Robson and James Safechuck spoke to King about the abuse they allegedly suffered at the hands of Michael Jackson.
Yesterday, Jackson's family members were on the show and today, his accusers are in the spotlight. Two of the men that say MJ was sexually inappropriate with them while they were children spoke to Gayle King, detailing what went down in graphic terms. Robson says that he was not frightened by what was going on because he shared a close, loving relationship with Michael. "Within either the first or second night of Michael and I being alone at Neverland... Michael just sort of started to touch my legs and touch my crotch over my pants," says Robson. "It progressed to him performing oral sex on me, him showing me how to perform oral sex on him."
Safechuck gives a very similar story, saying that Jackson introduced him to masturbation. "He said I taught him how to French kiss and then it moves onto oral sex," explained Safechuck.
Both Robson and Safechuck agree that the accusations go much further than just themselves and Michael Jackson. Will you be watching the documentary this weekend?