In a video posted by TMZ, Aaron said: ‘Neverland was incredible. I had the time of my life with Michael. I was about 15 years old, I had the time of my life.’
Aaron confirmed that he stayed at Michael’s house, and in his bedroom, at the Neverland ranch when he was a teenager but denies that Michael did anything other than give him career guidance and support.
The popstar said he couldn’t understand Wade Robson’s claims against MJ, adding: ‘How am I supposed to understand that when my own experience of him was gentle and beautiful and loving?’
The documentary, which left some fans feeling ‘sickened’ after watching, focuses on Wade Robson and James Safechuck, who both claim that Jackson molested them when they were children.
Peter Andre is also among the stars defending the Billie Jean hitmaker, sharing a snap with Jackson’s relatives.
Sharing a picture with his brother Michael and two new ‘brothers for life’, Peter wrote on Instagram: ‘Thank you @tajjackson for having us in your home last night and dinner.
‘You and your wife and brother @tjjackson9 made me and @mrmichaelandre1 feel so welcome. Brothers for life.’
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