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When Wade Robson’s attorney spoke publically for the first time yesterday about his client’s molestation claims against the estate of Michael Jackson, the litigator alluded to a mental breakdown. Today, more details are starting to emerge about that downward spiral, and if true, they paint the picture of a promising career that suddenly went south a little more than a year ago.

According to TMZ, Robson’s stress level slowly built throughout 2011 until it boiled over in March of 2012. He reportedly stopped working, breached several contracts, lost a ton of money and started secluding himself from the world. In time, he supposedly went to a psychotherapist, and during those sessions, he allegedly recovered memories about MJ molesting him between the ages of 7 and 14.

Years before he became an extremely successful choreographer working for many of the biggest pop stars and most popular television shows in the world, Robson was a little kid who appeared in several of Jackson’s videos and spent many weekends alongside Macaulay Culkin at the pop star’s house. During MJ’s 2005 molestation trial, he took the stand and vehemently denied anything shady happened during those sleepovers, but obviously, he’s changed his tune quite a bit since the singer passed away.

Sources close to Robson are claiming he still has plenty of money in savings from the decade he spent choreographing tours for Britney Spears, N Sync and many others. If a jury or judge found he really was molested by Jackson, he would no doubt add to that figure exponentially. At this point, however, it’s unclear whether his allegations will even go to trial. The deadline for filing a creditor’s claim against MJ’s estate has already passed; so, before deciding on the merits of the claim, a judge will have to rule he’s even allowed to sue to begin with.

We’ll keep you updated on both this and the ongoing Katherine Jackson/ AEG wrongful death lawsuit.

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