The 50-year-old singer died of a heart attack in 2009, and according to Radar Online, his “accusers think the DNA samples would prove he was a serial abuser who abused children for three decades.”
“There are at least 11 new victims who claim to have been assaulted and even raped by Michael Jackson when they were between 7 and 14 years old – and the list could be increased,” a source told US website.
The charges come as Jackson’s family is waging a legal battle against the new documentary “Leaving Neverland” that will be broadcast on Channel 4.
The first thriller of the documentary was released this week before the date of its broadcast in March.
In this special four-hour documentary, which will air for two days, former Michael Jackson victims, Wade Robson and James Safechuck, accuse him of sexually abusing them. The thriller begins with a picture of Michael and Wade Robson as children.
Allegations that the pop king has brutally assaulted and raped a number of minors are among the shocking accusations made in the documentary.
Michael Jackson’s brother, Jermaine Jackson, denied all the allegations and the singer’s family confirmed his intention to sue the directors of the documentary.
Leaving Neverland will air on Channel 4 on March 6th and 7th.