On a tour of the property, Robson alleged Jackson gave him and his sister the option of staying the night in a guest room or with him.
«And my reaction was, ‘Of course, I want stay with you’,» Robson said.
When it was time for Robson’s family to leave the ranch and visit the Grand Canyon, Robson said he and Jackson were so upset they cried.
Robson said he was allowed to stay the week with Jackson alone, but the first or second night Jackson allegedly started «to touch my legs and touch my crotch over my pants».
«It progressed to him performing oral sex on me, him showing me how to perform oral sex on him,» Robson alleged.
Robson said Jackson told him, «God brought us together. We love each other, and this is how we show each other our love.»
Safechuck, who was nine when he first met Jackson when he was cast in a Pepsi commercial, said the pop star groomed him in a similar way.
Jackson’s brothers Jackie, Marlon and Tito and nephew Taj have rejected the allegations, and accused Robson and Safechuck of being motivated by money.
Robson and Safechuck said they were not compensated for participating in the documentary and have no stake in it.
Robson, who went on to work with Britney Spears and boy band NSYNC, previously was a staunch supporter of Jackson, with the Australian testifying at Jackson’s 2005 criminal trial in California involving another alleged child victim.
Jackson was acquitted after Robson testified Jackson never sexually abused him.
«Michael’s training of me to testify began the first night that he started abusing me,» Robson told King of his earlier defence of the star. «He started telling me that if anybody ever finds out, we’d both go to jail, both of our lives will be over.»
He expressed regret that he didn’t speak out against Jackson at the time.
«I wish that I was ready… I wish that I could’ve played a role in, at that point, stopping Michael from abusing however many kids he did after that.»
Jackson died in 2009 and in a surprise move, Robson went public with his abuse claims and filed a civil lawsuit against the Jackson estate alleging he had been molested by the pop star from the age of seven to 14.
A Los Angeles judge tossed the case in 2015, ruling Robson waited too long to file and missed the 12-month statutory deadline after Jackson’s death.
The judge did not rule on the credibility of Robson’s allegations.
Robson and Safechuck said it was not until they had their own children that they came to terms with what they claim Jackson did to them.
«We can’t change what happened to us… But what can we do with it now?» said Robson. «How can we provide comfort for other survivors? That’s what this is about.»
If you or anyone you know needs support, you can contact the National Sexual Assault, Domestic and Family Violence Counselling Service on 1800RESPECT (1800 737 732), Lifeline 131 114, beyondblue 1300 224 636, or Kids Helpline 1800 55 1800.
AAP, with staff writers