On a tour of the building, Robson said that he and his sister gave the option to stay at night in a guestroom or with him.
"And what do I have, & # 39; Of course, I want to stay with you," said Robson.
When the time was for Robson's family to leave the field and visit the Great Fleet, Robson said he and Jackson were so troublesome & as they were shouting.
Robson said he was allowed to stay with Jackson only, but first night or night, Jackson said "to put my feet on and connect my crotch over my feet ".
"He went on to play my oral character, and showed me how to make it an oral genre," said Robson.
Robson said Jackson said to him, "God gave us together. We love each other, so we show our love."
Nine Safechuck, who was nine when he first met with Jackson when he was thrown into commercial Pepsi, said the man-made star in a similar way.
The brothers of Jackson, Jackie, Marlon and Tito and his nephew have banned the allegations, and opposed Robson and Safechuck to encourage money.
Robson and Safechuck said they were not donated for participating in the documentary and were not interested.
Robson, who went on to work with Britney Spears and a band of NSYNC, formerly a genuine supporter of Jackson, had an Australian certification at a Jackson criminal trial in California in California suffering from a victim of other children.
Jackson was arrested after Robson had given evidence to Jackson without disturbing him.
"Michael's training began to show me the first night he started to worry," said Robson to the king's defense he had made before the star. "He started telling me, if anyone ever found, that both of them would go to jail, both of us live."
He was sorry he did not speak against Jackson at the time.
"I pretend I was ready … I pretend that I can participate, at that time, to Michael's arrest from Many disturbed his children after that. "
Jackson died in 2009 and in a spectacular move, Robson went to public with his unwanted requests and sent out a legal protest against the Jackson estate saying he had been going to disturb the pop-up from seven to 14 years old.
A judge from Los Angeles began to start his case in 2015, and Robson had a " waiting too long so he could see the statutory date 12 months after Jackson's death.
Robson's accused credit was not controlled by the judge.
Robson and Safechuck said this was not enough for their children to have their own; according to what Jackson says them.
"We can not change what happened to us … But what can we do with it now?" said Robson. "How can we give people who live live? That's about."
If you need someone you know, you can contact the National Advice Service for Sexual, Domestic and Family Learning at 1800RESPECT (1800 737 732), Lifeline 131 114, outside 1300 224 636 , or Kids Helpline 1800 55 1800.
AAP, with staff writers