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Michael Jackson had sex code words

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Michael Jackson used secret code words for sex, it has been claimed.

Lawyers acting for 36-year-old James Safechuck - who co-starred with the late King of Pop in a Pepsi commercial in the 1980s - have filed court documents asking he be allowed to file a claim against the 'Thriller hitmaker's estate after being molested nearly 100 times over a four-year period until he hit puberty and the documents contain a number of claims against the star.

The documents allege the accuser regularly shared the singer's bed and revealed Michael used code words for sex such as calling semen "duck butter" and describing an erection as "bright light, brick city".

According to TMZ, Safechuck also alleges the singer used secret signals and when they held hands, the 'Beat It' star - who died of acute Propofol intoxication in June 2009 - would scratch the inside of his hand with a finger to show he wanted sex.

Other claims in the documents include Michael performing a secret wedding ceremony complete with a ring and marriage certificate with his alleged victim.

Safechuck says the abuse made him question his own sexuality when he developed a crush on the star's then-backing singer Sheryl Crow - prompting the 'Billie Jean' hitmaker to get jealous and show him a number of unflattering photographs of the 'All I Wanna Do' star.

A lawyer acting for the estate insists the claims should be dismissed as they have been made so late, and because Safechuck has previously insisted nothing happened with the singer.

Howard Weitzman said: "Mr. Safechuck's request to file a late claim against the Jackson Estate so he can recover money from Michael's beneficiary will hopefully be rejected.

"This is a person that made his claim five years after Michael died, more than 20 years after the incidents supposedly happened and has given sworn testimony that Michael never did anything inappropriate to him."

The petition will be heard in court on September 4.

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