Since his death, his estate's net worth has soared as allegations of molestation have faded.

Jackson's mother and three children have sued "This Is It" concert promoter AEG, saying the entertainment giant negligently hired and supervised Dr. Conrad Murray, who gave the singer the fatal dose of propofol. That suit is now at trial.

Robson on Thursday denied that he was coming forward now to seek money from the Jackson estate.  "I have lived in silence for 22 years."

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