“There are serious mistakes in the story of James Safechuck”

James Safechuck’s claims about Michael Jackson are not entirely correct, claims British biographer Mike Smallcombe. “James is talking about abuse at the train station,” he explains. “But that wasn’t built in 1992.”

There is an error in the timeline that James Safechuck (41) presents in the documentary “Leaving Neverland,” said Smallcombe. “James claims he was abused between 1988 and 1992, and he states that the abuse sometimes took place at Neverland Station, where a bedroom was built at the top. But the fact is that the construction of that station only started in 1993 and it only opened in ‘94, a two-year difference. So in 1992, it wasn’t there yet. So what James says about the station cannot be right.”

"There are serious mistakes in the story of James Safechuck"

Safechuck is currently engaged in a lawsuit in which he claims he was abused until 1992 when he was 14 years old. According to James, the entire theme park was a cover for abusing children. “There were bedrooms everywhere, really everywhere,” he said in the documentary. “Above the arcade, above the cinema, and also above the train station.”

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