Meanwhile, Robson's pal Shane Sparks backs his allegations.
Battle lines are being drawn in the sexual molestation lawsuit brought on by choreographer Wade Robson against Michael Jackson.
The late pop icon's brother Jermaine Jackson stood up for his brother, telling TMZ he believes Robson's lawsuit is "full of s***," pointing out that Robson testified under oath that there was no impropriety in his relationship with MJ. Jermaine also reveals that Robson helped him write a book a few years ago.
Meanwhile, America's Best Dance Crew judge Shane Sparks believes Robson is telling the truth about the sexual abuse he claims to have suffered by Jackson's hand. "I've been knowing Wade forever. Because of the man he is, I do believe him," Sparks tells TMZ. "I don't think he would lie about this because this could hurt him. He don’t need the publicity or the money. I think this is something that has been on his mind and he had to get it off." In December of 2009, Sparks was arrested on felony charges of child molestation.
Lawyers for Jackson's estate, who are defending the suit, may not have much to worry about with Sparks' testimony. The television personality was convicted of statutory rape in 2011.
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