Michael Jackson's Neverland ranch faces demolition after sex abuse allegations make it 'unsellable'
James Safechuck and Wade Robson in 'Leaving Neverland' claimed that they were abused by MJ when they were just children and that the alleged abuse took place at Neverland
It looks like Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch is unlikely to be sold given his sickening sexual abuse allegations with many property experts claiming that the massive and tainted estate will "have to be demolished."
The allegations had been brought to light by HBO's documentary 'Leaving Neverland' where two of Michael Jackson's accusers James Safechuck and Wade Robson detail out the nature of abuse they allegedly suffered at the hands of the pop icon. Ever since the release of the documentary, there has been absolutely no one who is interested in purchasing the property. The estate is around 2,700-acres and had its price cut from $100 million (£75m) in 2015 to $31 million (£23m) today, reports Mirror.
Even with the price cut, there have been no prospective buyers. It has been a decade since the 'Thriller' singer passed away and his legacy has been tarnished by the sexual abuse allegations which were made by Safechuck and Robson in Dan Reed's documentary.
oth the men claim that they were abused by MJ when they were just children. They allege that they were repeatedly raped in the Neverland Ranch.
The ranch was reportedly a pedophile's paradise and featured hidden sex dens which Michael allegedly used to molest little children, as Safechuck shared.
He also shared that Michael made use of an alarm system to warn him if anyone was coming towards the alleged rape chambers. In the documentary, Safechuck revealed, "We would get a blanket and we would lie on the floor in the closet, so we could close the door. So there were bells and you could have a moment of hearing them trip so at least you knew if people were coming for him."
"He also had an Indian fort with like teepees so we would lay down sleeping and have snacks and have sexual relations there. There was also a game room and then upstairs in the arcade there was a bed and we would go up there and have sex there," he added.
According to the co-founder of housebuyers Property Solvers Ruban Selvanayagam, demolition may be the only solution. He spoke to Daily Star Online and shared, "I suspect most of it will be demolished as I doubt many developers would want to maintain Michael Jackson's legacy after these shocking allegations. Perhaps someone may think that Neverland could be rebranded somehow, but this would be doomed to failure in my view."
He further added that the "dark cloud surrounding Michael Jackson will be factored into the purchase price" though it still has no one interested. Michael Jackson had bought the property in 1988 and with the abuse allegations, it is impossible that the estate will sell.