Michael Jackson gave a young boy jewellery in exchange for sexual acts, according to new documentary Leaving Neverland.
The “devasting and disturbing” film has been shown at The Sundance Film festival in Utah, America.
It focuses on two men who claim Michael Jackson had abused them as children.
His estate deny the claims saying it’s “an outrageous and pathetic attempt to exploit and cash in” on the singer, who died in 2009.
USA Today reporter Patrick Ryan was at the world premiere on Friday.
Wade Robson and James Safechuck say they were aged seven and 10 when the singer befriended them and their families.
Now in their 30s, they claim they were sexually abused by Michael Jackson.
He always denied the allegations when he was alive.
Police raided his Neverland Ranch in California in 2003 while investigating claims he had molested a 13-year-old boy.
The case went to trial and Wade Robson was a main witness for him. He said under oath that the singer never abused him and Michael Jackson was acquitted of all charges in 2005.
Since then Wade Robson has become a father and in an interview in May last year he said after two nervous breakdowns he finally revealed to his therapist the dark secret he’d been hiding.
“It was just pain and disgust and anger, the idea something like that could happen to my son.”
In 2013 he filed a lawsuit against Michael Jackson’s estate claiming he had been sexually abused by the singer, but a judge ruled he’d waited too long to seek legal action.