When Wade Robson first came forward with the claim that he had been molested as a child by Michael Jackson, the allegations didn’t seem all too credible. This was because Robson had already testified back in 2005, vehemently denying that the pop icon had done anything inappropriate to him or with him.

However, as more of Robson’s story emerges, so do doubts that there might be some truth to his claims. Up until 2011, the choreographer had been working on a promising career – choreographing tours for Britney Spears and N Sync among others, as well as working on some of the most popular shows on air at the time. However, everything started falling apart by March 2012. The stress was too much for Robson to handle apparently and he started missing appointments and losing contracts.

At some point between then and now, the man started seeing a psychotherapist, under the guidance of whom he allegedly recovered memories of the pop star molesting him between the ages of 7 and 14. If these claims are proven true, Robson might get a hefty sum to add to his savings, but it won’t be an easy road. Since the deadline for filing a creditor’s claim against Jackson’s estate has passed, Robson’s request to file said claim has to be approved by a judge, meaning he better have a lot of convincing evidence or the whole case doesn’t stand a chance.

Michael Jackson, 2009 Conference
Even after his death, the claims against Jackson just keep coming.