James Safechuck has dropped the case of Michael Jackson

James Safechuck has filed a lawsuit against Michael Jackson's late dismissal of two corporations.

 
James Safechuck has dropped the case of Michael Jackson



The 42-year-old - who accused the 'sensational' hitmaker of abusing her from the age of 10 until she was a teenager - allegedly sued MJJ Productions Inc. and MJJ Ventures. Inc. tried to sue, but Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Mark A. Young ruled earlier this week that he did not disclose any ties to the companies that led to his death. They will be needed’ to save the star.

 

Jackson State Attorneys Howard Weitzman and Jonathan Steinsapir welcomed the decision.

 

"We are pleased that the court has dismissed Mr. Safechuck's case on the grounds that it has no basis for such a case," he said in a statement.

 

This is the second time James' case has been filed’ in 2013.

 

A judge dismissed it in 2017, but a new law was introduced in California earlier this year that gave those accused of child sexual abuse more time to file a lawsuit.

 

The case of Wade Robson, who made similar allegations against James in Living New Zealand was revived’ but no new verdict has been handed’ down.

 

Under a previous law in California, a trial judge threw out his case because he was required’ by law to file a lawsuit before he turned 26, and at the time, And Robson was 30.

 

The couple's allegations stemmed from an award-winning documentary, Living New Zealand, released last year.

 

The two claimed in an HBO film about the bombing that they were abused’ when the late King pop accompanied them on a tour with children.

 

Robson alleges that Michael was sexually assaulted’ between the ages of seven and 14, while Safechuck claimed that he was a victim of adolescence from the age of 10.

 

Jackson State has denied all the allegations against the singer and in August 2019, another documentary 'Chase the Truth' was released’ to defend the 'bad' singer against the claim.


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