The dramatic end credits of Leaving Neverland show Wade Robson supposedly burning his Michael Jackson memorabilia collection, including what looks like Michael\u2019s original Thriller jacket which had people question if it even was the original. It turned out to be a replica worn by Robson himself, the original Thriller jacket was sold by Julian\u2019s Auctions on June 25<sup>th<\/sup>, 2011 for over 1.8 million dollars.\r\n\r\nRobson sold a number of items from his collection on eBay and some valuable items through Julian\u2019s Auctions back in 2011. Robson claims he sold the items to pay for therapy after his nervous breakdown in 2011 and Julian\u2019s Auctions confirmed that Robson said he needed the money. Although we can only see three items on the auctioneer\u2019s website, totaling a sales price of over 122.000 dollars, Julian\u2019s also claims that, according to Robson, they sold all of the items that Robson had been gifted from Jackson in that auction.\r\n\r\nRobson claims he burned the items in 2012 after he disclosed his alleged abuse to his therapist and as part of his recovery. So by Robson\u2019s own account we can assume that what we see in the fire are items that he wasn\u2019t able to sell on eBay and that didn\u2019t have enough value to be auctioned off by Julian\u2019s Auctions.\r\n\r\nRobson asked to be hired as the choreographer of the Michael Jackson Cirque du Soleil show in an email in May of 2011, just a few days after he started therapy due to a nervous breakdown. He sold his Michael Jackson collection a month later to be able to pay for his therapy sessions.\r\n\r\nWhen interviewed on July 30<sup>th<\/sup>, 2011, Robson claims he felt a lot of pressure choreographing the Michael Jackson Cirque du Soleil show. But a spokesperson for the Michael Jackson Estate told TMZ that Robson was "on the list of choreographers but his son got sick and he wasn't used."\u00a0 The spokesperson also said there was never a contract between Wade and the show.\r\n\r\nIf Robson would really have been hired for the job, there would have been no reason to sell his collection in June of 2011. Surely not since Robson claims he was still not aware that he was allegedly molested by Jackson until 2012 and supposedly loved Jackson as a father, a mentor and a friend.\r\n\r\nBack to that thriller jacket for a little bit. Not only do the documentary makers want you to believe Robson burned it by showing you those pictures during the end credits, but earlier on in part one Safechuck claims <strong>HE<\/strong> picked it when Michael supposedly told him he could pick any jacket he wanted and then took it home with him. But as we already showed you, the jacket was sold in 2011 and not by Safechuck, but by designers Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush, who <strong>DID<\/strong> receive the jacket as a gift from Jackson.\r\n\r\nAmanda Robson says in Leaving Neverland that she had no knowledge when it came to child sexual abuse and didn\u2019t know how to help Wade. Yet only a few weeks ago the website of the Robson Family foundation claimed that Amanda was a child sexual abuse survivor herself, meaning she either lied on the website or she lied in Leaving Neverland. Either way she should be completely dismissed as a credible source since it proves she would lie about the subject one way or the other. \u00a0The statement has since been removed from the website.\r\n\r\nWhile leaving plenty of inconsistencies in the film for people to debunk, the makers were smart enough to leave Safechuck\u2019s New York story out of the documentary. Usually it is impossible to prove negative, to prove that something didn\u2019t happen, but in this case it is easily proven that the allege abuse Safechuck describes on page 10 of his complaint is an outright lie.\r\n\r\nIn his complaint Safechuck claims that Jackson flew him to New York after the BAD tour had ended in January 1989 to spend some time alone with him after Jackson had performed at the Grammys in February 1989. During this visit to New York the alleged abuse would continue.\r\n\r\nBut Jackson never performed at the Grammys in 1989. He performed at the Grammys in 1988. The Grammys in 1989 weren\u2019t even in New York, they were in Los Angeles.\r\n\r\nHonest mistake maybe? After all, Safechuck was only 10 years old at the time so maybe he just has the timeline messed up a bit and he actually meant 1988? That scenario is highly unlikely. Safechuck mentions this event specifically because the sexual abuse would continue in the hotel room in New York and he claims it was after the BAD tour ended. He only started attending the shows in June of 1988 so he could not have meant a date earlier than that. Besides that, according to Safechuck, the alleged abuse didn\u2019t start until he joined Jackson on the tour in late June, 1988.