Secret Vows! James Safechuck Alleges Marriage Ceremony With Michael Jackson Aged Just 10

James Safechuck alleges that he had a marriage ceremony with late superstar Michael Jackson in the new HBO documentary Leaving Neverland.

He claims that he was just ten-years-old at the time when the ‘King Of Pop’ was 30-years-old.

In the documentary ­Safechuck says they held a mock ceremony and even exchanged jewelry.

He said: “I was really into jewelry at that time and he would reward me with jewelry for doing sexual acts to him.

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“He would say that I need to sell him some so I could earn the gift.”

The pair had met in 1987 on the set of a Pepsi commercial.

And he alleges that the abuse started shortly afterwards leaving him feeling both guilty and manipulated.

“We were just like fully in love at that time. When I wasn’t with him, I was thinking of him,’ said Safechuck.

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“It just feels like the greatest thing when he calls. He’d come over and we’d spend the day shopping or hang out, or he’d come over and he’d spend the night. Or we’d go to the Hideout in Westwood and spend a few nights there.”

Their hideout was an apartment owned by Jackson in Los Angeles – but soon the singer was asking for much more from Safechuck.

“So we were like this married couple. I say married because we had this mock wedding ceremony, he claims.

“We did this in his bedroom and we filled out some vows like we would be bonded forever. It felt good. And the ring is nice. It has a row of diamonds. The wedding ring.”

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In the documentary viewers see Safechuck hold up the ring, with his hands now shaking.

Jackson’s family have refuted the claims made in the documentary.

Leaving Neverland premieres Sunday at 8pm on HBO.

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