Talk:Wade Robson

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OK, the problems start with "prodigy" and "acclaimed" and move on from there. The whole thing reads like a pr puff piece, not gonna argue notability atm but there's no NPOV and very little cite-able info here that I could find on a simple search (news search on his name came up with 4 articles - all associated with so you think you can dance contestants and 1 happy birthday wish.)The stuff about his childhood, education, success at 6 years old - couldn't find any of that. Michael Jackson testimony and awards can be verified, but again the cites need sifting thru - this was all written from info off subject's personal site and who knows where. The Spears/Timberlake stuff is pure gossip, couldn't find a single real cite and what is its relevance? Needs scrubbing. EBY (talk) 04:11, 18 September 2010 (UTC) The household staff member did not testify that she saw Michael Jackson showering with Wade Robson, or any other child. She glimpsed Jackson's form through a steam-clouded door, alone, and under cross-examination, admitted that she did not see anyone else. There is no testimony that Wade Robson slept in "Michael Jackson's bed" with Macaulay Culkin and other boys. That is pure media spin. 71.201.66.107 (talk) 14:21, 18 May 2013 (UTC)

  • He is suing Jackson's estate. In an interview on Today, he told Matt Lauer: He sexually abused me from seven years old until 14. He performed sexual acts on me, and forced me to perform sexual acts on him, and he was a pedophile. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 74.194.116.209 (talk) 21:47, 22 October 2013 (UTC)
  • No comment on the Jackson stuff, but I would like to chime in in agreement that some of the sections are unsupported and sound like they were written by his publicist. The section reading: "The show, "Believe" starring famed illusionist and magician, Criss Angel (Mindfreak tv series), debuted in 2008 to rave reviews at the Luxor Hotel. "Believe" which combined Robson's award-winning choreography perfectly paired with Angel's mindblowing illusions, continues to be one of the most exciting and successful shows on the Vegas strip to this day" just doesn't sound like encyclopedia writing. It sounds more like a review or a Variety ad. That might be fine if it was a quote from such a publication, but there is no reference/attribution. 2620:79:0:145:21F:29FF:FE05:3383 (talk) 22:28, 12 August 2014 (UTC) ianw