Two alleged Jackson victims deny abuse
09:30 07 May 2005
Two of Michael Jackson's alleged victims have denied they were molested by the star - even though they shared his bed.
Wade Robson, Britney Spears' former choreographer, told Jackson's child abuse trial how he was kissed and hugged by the singer - but never touched inappropriately.
Robson, now 22, said he never felt uncomfortable sharing a bed with Jackson and denied molestation, despite witnesses' claims they saw the pair sharing a shower.
Meanwhile, Brett Barnes told the court he slept in the eccentric star's bed on ten occasions and said Jackson never once abused him.
He told the jury: "I am mad because it is untrue. They are putting my name through the dirt."
Jackson's lawyers failed yesterday to get the case thrown out through lack of evidence.
The defence team claimed the prosecution had failed to prove its case, but the judge ruled against them.
Jackson denies all charges against him including molesting a young boy and imprisoning his family.
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