Jackson molestation tapes broadcast
13:30 03 February 2005
Explicit tapes featuring the teenager who first accused Michael Jackson of sexual molestation have been broadcast on American TV.
Jordan Chandler, then 13, is seen sobbing as he was filmed telling psychiatrist, Dr Richard Gardner, about a catalogue of abuse he claimed he was subjected to by the singer.
The teenager claims he was groped by Jackson at his Neverland home and in various hotel rooms.
Jordan also alleges Jackson kissed him on the lips and cried if he ever tried to pull away, saying, "You don't love me anymore."
Now in his 20s, Jordan is set to be one of seven witnesses - to have had contact with Jackson as boys - who will testify in the current child abuse trial which resumes next Monday (07.02.05).
Jordan's claims in 1993 sparked a police investigation, but the case never reached court after the boy, and his family, were paid a reputed £12million for their silence.
The tapes were given to US show 'The Insider' by Jordan's uncle Raymond.
Jackson has denied all 10 charges which include child molestation, conspiracy to abduct a child, false imprisonment and administering alcohol to a minor.
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