Michael Jackson Accuser ‘Wade Robson’ Tried To Sell Memorabilia Anonymously
Michael Jackson’s accuser Wade Robson has strategically tried to sell Michael Jackson memorabilia through lowkey deals in the past.
The Blast reports that in the final moments of the damning ‘Leaving Neverland’ documentary Wade Robson can be seen burning a sequin glove and a jacket from the music video for “Thriller.” Director Dan Reed revealed to VICE that photographic evidence “proves those items were the real deal.”
The auction company in charge of Jackson’s memorabilia, Julien’s Auctions, responded to queries about the validity of the items that were burnt. They added “Wade consigned his collection to us directly. He was the person who we paid when we sold his collection. He needed the money.”
“Wade asked to remain anonymous and said that he did not want anyone to know that it was him selling it the items in 2011. But we did not agree to that and listed it as the Wade Robson collection. He consigned multiple items and wanted us to sell all items of his that had value.”
According to their website, they sold a pair of black spandex gloves from the “Bad” video and a fedora from “Smooth Criminal.” The total sold for $49,920 with $31,250 for the gloves.
In the estate’s favor, this shows that Wade Robson is out to get more money from Jackson’s name, including defaming the legend in the documentary.