'Leaving Neverland': Michael Jackson accuser James Safechuck says singer assaulted him "every day"

In HBO documentary 'Leaving Neverland,' Safechuck says that there around 10 ten places on the property where Jackson abused him regularly


                            'Leaving Neverland': Michael Jackson accuser James Safechuck says singer assaulted him "every day"

Late pop icon Michael Jackson bought the Neverland Ranch less than a year after meeting James Safechuck. Safechuck claims that the Neverland Ranch, which is located around three hours north of Los Angeles, was bought for him by Jackson and where he abused him "every day."

In HBO's documentary 'Leaving Neverland', James shared that at the time Jackson had told him that he had bought the mansion house for his new friend.

Safechuck revealed, "He said I am going to purchase this house. It’s gonna be yours like this place is for you. Me and Michael would be there a lot together, we would go for like a week at a time."

Safechuck shared how the place was absolutely magical for him and his mother Stephanie.

Michael Jackson has been accused of sexual assault by James Safechuck who claims the Neverland Ranch was bought for him (Source: Getty Images)
Michael Jackson has been accused of sexual assault by James Safechuck who claims the Neverland Ranch was bought for him (Source: Getty Images)

"We were the first guests he had to go to Neverland," Stephanie shared. "It was a fairytale every night." However, that fairytale soon turned into something ugly for James who alleges that Jackson raped as well as sexually assaulted him in various hiding sports all over the property. According to Safechuck, there were around 10 spots where he was sexually assaulted by Jackson.

"We would get a blanket and we would lie it 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," James revealed.

"There was kissing and just kind of rubbing on each other and then oral sex and then he would want me to suck on his nipples and he would finish himself," he said of the nature of sexual abuse. 

Jackson's closet was not the only place of abuse, Safechuck says in the documentary, adding, "He also had an Indian fort with like tepees 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."

There was also a third-floor attic where the abuse would take place.



 

Safechuck also revealed how Jackson was almost caught by his mother Stephanie once, saying, "The movie theater had these two private rooms and you could see into the theater… and we would have sex in those rooms. That was a bit dangerous. There was a bit of excitement there."

One time James' mother arrived to discover that the door was locked and after banging on the door, found Jackson and her son in the same bed but thought nothing of it. 



 

James also adds how the pool and the jacuzzi were also sites of abuse and revealed how Jackson would perform sexual acts on him while seeing how long they could hold their breath underwater.

He further revealed how the upstairs bedroom was also an alleged assault place. "And it would happen every day," he said.