Michael Jackson's pocket — or should I say, bank account, is a man's key to millions of dollars, as long as they have connections to Jackson. It's nothing new that the accusers have been suing Jackson's Estate for $1.62 billion, in fact, this is relatively not even surprising — so yes, if you thought that Wade Jeremy Robson and James Safechuck Jr. are the only pathetic and lying scumbags after Jackson's Estate, you'd be surprised. Of course before that, you have heard of their famous predecessor Evan Chandler, the Beverly Hills dentist who famously accused Michael Jackson of sexually abusing his 13 year old son, Jordan Chandler.
Why Not Sue Jackson For Millions?
You're greedy, you're arrogant (very much), you're selfish, you have a temper, you want to be a Hollywood screenwriter, and you so happen to be connected as friends of the family, with Michael Joe Jackson, the King of Pop. Or should I say, you're desperate for money, you're a failed dancer, a failed director, you did not get the Cirque De Soleil Show, and you used to be friends with Michael Joe Jackson, just before he died — why not sue him for $1.62 billion because he allegedly sexually abused you? It's perfect, the window which these people have to Jackson's bank account, isn't it? Evan Chandler had the golden oppurtunity to seize a good sum of $20 million from Jackson's shiny bank account, and Robson has the chance to sue Jackson's Estate for just so incidentally knowing that Jackson abused him, for $1.62 billion.
If you need money, and you have access to money, then suing Michael Jackson is the silk road for you. Accusing Jackson of things for money is not something limited to Evan Chandler or Wade Robson — frankly, it has existed much longer than most conceive. Before them, there's been several of people who decided to take their chance and leap for Jackson's shiny, posh bank account for some gems. Oh, so you need examples? Okay, how about the famous Neverland 5? The staff who worked at Neverland and sued Jackson for wrongful termination who also happened to sell stories of Jackson molesting children at Neverland to the tabloids? The same people, who also were counter sued by Jackson for stealing from him (yes, they stole things, such as his underwear) and lost the case — or how Jackson generously let them pay only a symbolic $1 instead of the millions? These people are the kind of fraudster extortionists who were present in Jackson's life. But hey — at least now you know Jackson's fans aren't crazy or deluded when they refer to extortionists in his life (as some like to suggest).
No Doubt, Every Accuser Wanted Money
Everyone who has accused Michael Jackson of sexual abuse had the incentive of money to gain from these allegations — count the people — James Safechuck (lawsuit for $1.62 billion), Wade Robson (lawsuit for $1.62 billion), Jordan Chandler (father demanded $20 million from Jackson, wanted civil case), Gavin Arvizo (his family had a very shady, extortionist past, but couldn't push a civil case from Jackson due to California law), Terry George (sold his story to some British tabloids in 1993; caught lying), Michael Jacobshagen (barely met Jackson more than once; claims he was lifelong friends with him) — what more proof could one possibly ask for? Aside from the direct accusers of Jackson, there are several alleged witnesses to the molestation among Jackson's staff's ranks from Neverland, and Hayvenhurst (family home), who were nothing but a bunch of disgruntled employees looking for a payday from either Jackson, or the tabloids. There's nothing they said that cannot be debunked by various vindication websites.
Gavin Arvizo and his family — most think that this family did not want money from Jackson, however this is arguably the worst claim (only made by Jackson's detractors). If you look deeper, there's no way that the Arvizos looked for advice from Larry Feldman, a civil lawyer (they asked him about civil suits). In reality, California law was different in 2003; opposite to Evan Chandler, they couldn't push a civil lawsuit before a criminal case. Why did the Arvizos have such an unbelievable, lying, and problematic story if they were not looking for money? The jury already found them as scamming liars in the court of law back in 2005 (not that it matters to some; they just disregard this). Besides the Arvizos, there was no need for Evan Chandler (the "worried father") to push a civil case before a criminal case for his son's alleged abuser [see here]. If the accusers are being truthful, why are there so many loopholes and errors in their stories, which could be debunked? The only plausible answer for this would be one thing; they are lying.
Jackson Seems To Be The 'Only Option'
For everyone, Jackson seems to be the only option for money. After his death in 2009, with the release nearing for the 2019 documentary Leaving Neverland, Adrian McManus (an ex employee) who had previously changed her story several different times, comes on 60 Minutes Australia to tell grisly stories of what happened behind the gates of Neverland ranch — according to her, she was threatened with her life by Jackson if she quote, told the truth. What truth? She already accused Jackson previously, and she outlived him. She also happened to have defended him, only until after she was fired and decided to file a lawsuit against him for wrongful termination (the ulterior reason being she stole Jackson's underwear and drawings; only to sell it on eBay).
How about the others? Michael Jacobshagen, a man who had only met Jackson when he was on tour in 1998 for a short while, and then wrote a book titled Will you be my friend, about his lifelong friendship with Jackson [see here]? This man is another man trying to gain a payday from Jackson again, by giving false interviews and selling fake memorabilia, not to mention writing a complete false book. Terry George — sold his stories to the tabloids in 1993, and then defended Jackson on Twitter in 2012 and retracted his allegations (of phone sex). Many sold their stories to the tabloids about Michael Jackson and their examples are present, and they're simply too many to count. It seems that the simplest, yet tactless option to gaining immense amounts of wealth is through the late King of Pop, Michael Jackson.