An alleged abuse victim of Michael Jackson has claimed that the singer had secret signs for when he wanted sex.
James Safechuck, now 40 from Simi Valley, California, levies his claims against the legendary musician in explosive new documentary Leaving Neverland.
The child actor, who first met Jacko after working on a Pepsi ad together when he was nine, was invited to the singer’s famous ranch and taken on his worldwide tour Bad, where he claims the abuse began.
According to James by the time the 1988 tour reached Paris, Jackson had taught him different codes for sex and bodily fluids.
James, a computer programmer and now a father-of-two, claims Jackson would scratch his hand with his finger to signal he would want sex, reports the Sun.
As well as the signals, Jackson apparently had a “sex cupboard” where James claims he was abused during “sleepovers” the singer held at Neverland.
Chimes were allegedly also hung in the hallway to alert him of anyone approaching.
According to The Sun, court papers explain how Jackson would watch porn and drink “pink wine” with James as well as hold “drills” to test how quickly he could put on his clothes.
James alleges that the Man in the Mirror star also performed a secret wedding ceremony with a fake ring and certificate.
He claims he Jackson also gifted him the jacket he wore in Thriller as well as $700 (Â£540) in cash.
His family were also whisked to New York to enjoy a stay in Trump Tower and given tickets to see the Phantom of the Opera.
The two-part four-hour documentary is being launched at Sundance Film Festival on Friday before airing on Channel 4 in the spring.
It is set to reveal further details of James’ lawsuit which was launched in 2009 after Jackson died as well as another alleged victim, dancer Wade Robson.
Channel 4 say the film, by British director Dan Reed, say the film is “portrait of sustained abuse” with the boys and their families “entranced by the star’s fairytale existence”.
Aussie Wade, now 36, was obsessed with the singer from aged two and went on to win a dance contest to perform with him aged five.
Jackson then invited Wade aged seven to join him in a performance at Disneyland, it was the same year that Wade claims the abuse started and lasted until he was 14.
Wade branded Jackon a “paedophile” in 2013, and revealed details of the abuse, claiming the singer started “fondling then it moved to him kissing me, like a French kiss, and then it moved to oral sex”.
Abuse claims were first levied against Jackson by 13-year-old Jordan Chandler in 1993, and ended with a rumoured payout and the criminal case being dropped.
During the investigation, Wade, then 11, told the media that nothing sexual had happened between him and Jackson during their sleepovers.
Wade again gave testimony denying he had been abused by Jackson during a 2005 criminal trial – when Jackson was charged with with abusing Gavin Arvizo, 13. He was later cleared.
However Wade, a choreographer who has worked with and dated Britney Spears, now says that he had been “brainwashed” by Jackson.
James and Wade’s lawyer Vince Finaldi believes that the documentary could be a “moment of final reckoning”.
After their initial civil case was dismissed on technical grounds the duo are set to court in the summer following the documentary’s release.
Finaldi added: “We fully expect to win.”