Michael Jackson had an alarm to warn him when people were coming near his bedroom while he was sexually abusing children, according to Wade Robson, in his latest complaint against Jackson's estate.
According to TMZ, Robson recently filed an amended complaint, saying the alarm would sound when someone came within 30 feet of Jackson's room. Robson also said Jackson hung a "Do Not Disturb" sign on his bedroom door.
Robson has filed a claim against Jackson's estate, claiming the singer sexually abused him for seven years when he was a child, beginning in 1990.
The website said Robson alleges he and Jackson frequently shared a bed and looked at porn. Robson said Jackson told him they loved each other and no one would understand, so he should stay quiet about what they did.
In a new twist, the lawsuit mentions the 1993 Jordan Chandler case, during which Robson was called to testify before the grand jury. Robson -- then 11 -- refused to testify and Judge Lance Ito (right -- the judge in O.J. Simpson's criminal trial) charged the boy with contempt. A deal was struck allowing Robson to testify in a private session and not before the full grand jury.