MICHAEL Jackson’s legacy has been left teetering on the brink after fresh sexual abuse claims were made earlier this year.
In no-holds-bare four hour documentary Leaving Neverland, Wade Robson and James Safechuck alleged the pop superstar abused them for over a decade.
Professional dancer Wade said: “I was psychologically and emotionally completely unable and unwilling to understand that it was sexual abuse.
“Michael was, yes, an incredibly talented artist with an incredible gift.
“And he was also a paedophile and a child sexual abuser.”
A second source added: “Nicki and her camp will be slapped with a fine but the cost is not known.”
Raging at the accusations, Aaron Carter has accused Wade of lying and even adds he wants to punch him in the face.
Letting rip to TMZ, the singer said: “I remember having the time of my life with Michael I was about 15 years old.
“He told be to stay focused and be driven and a perfectionist
“I really idolised Michael the way Wade did.
“When MJ was alive you were backing him and kissing his ass and there to testify for him under oath and when he dies you decided that that is a good time to come out?
“No! What you are doing is stomping on an icon and a legends grave.”
Not stopping there, the star continued: “Why not do it when he is alive man?
“Wade I am very disappointed in. I don’t understand.”
In a shock warning to Wade, he added: “You are lucky I have something to loose now but I would punch you in your face and then maybe I would ask if you are telling the truth but I would punch you in the face first.”