Who Is Brandi Jackson? New Details About Michael Jackson's Niece — Who Also Dated Wade Robson

She claims she dated one of his accusers from the film "Leaving Neverland."

Who Is Brandi Jackson? New Details About Michael Jackson's Niece Instagram

This week, the highly anticipated documentary on the sexual abuse allegations that followed Michael Jackson for decades was released.

Leaving Neverland is a four-hour film that follows the stories of two of the boys he allegedly abused: Wade Robson and James Safechuck. Both men met the King of Pop when they were children, and as adults, they're both claiming that he sexually molested them multiple times and for many years.  


While he was alive, Michael Jackson was tried twice for inappropriate relations with young boys but was never convicted of any crime. He died in 2009 at the age of 50, and his family and friends have denied any accusations ever since. 

Most recently, his 20-year-old daughter Paris Jackson seemingly tweeted about the documentary and how the allegations affect her. 

“I actually haven’t made any statements yet, especially regarding how it affects my work life. you guys are reaching a bit. at least this wasn’t a disgusting and attacking article though,” she said in a tweet that has since been deleted. 


She followed up with: “ya’ll take my life more seriously than I do.”

Paris isn't the only family member of Jackson's to react. His 37-year-old niece has been very vocal about the documentary and denies that any of the allegations are true. So who is Brandi Jackson? Here's everything we know about Michael Jackson's niece. 

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1. She dated Wade Robson. 

Brandi Jackson reportedly dated Wade Robson, one of the two men accusing Michael Jackson of sexual abuse in the film. She revealed that they had been in a long-term relationship via Twitter. 


"Wade and I were together for over 7 years, but I bet that isn’t in his 'documentary' because it would ruin his timeline," she tweeted. "And did I mention, it was my uncle, #MichaelJackson, who set us up? Wade is not a victim, #WadeRobsonIsaLiar."

"Wade: You constantly talked about wanting to be 'relevant.' You’ve burned so many bridges that now the only time you are #relevant is when you headline with my family’s name next to yours," she continued." It’s time to stop these lies and live your own life."

2. He cheated on her with multiple women.

Brandi continued to speak about her relationship with Wade and said that he had been unfaithful to her when they were together.


"I found out Wade cheated on me with multiple woman who he hoped would advance his career," she tweeted. "You might know one of them, because it was a huge pop music scandal. Wade is not a victim, he’s an #Opportunist."

3. ...including Britney Spears. 

The "huge pop musical scandal" Brandi is referring to was when Wade dated Britney Spears. They were together from 2001 to 2002, and he worked for her as her longtime choreographer. 

“He’s just like a child prodigy, seriously,” Britney told Good Morning America in 2000. “He’s a genius. He’s amazing.”


Their relationship was a huge scandal at the time because it was rumored to be the reason she and Justin Timberlake broke up. 

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@Forbes supports the truth. Thank you Joe Vogel for taking the time 

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4. She thinks he's just an opportunist. 

Brandi, who is the daughter of Janet Jackson, called into a radio show after the documentary came out to talk about why she thinks Wade participated. 


“It was so far over what I was even expecting them to say that it became comical to me," she said. "This Is not my uncle they are talking about, it’s as clear as day…for me, it’s even more clear because I’ve known Wade and his family. We had a 10-year friendship/relationship, so I know those people very, very well.”

She believes that Wade is just trying to "survive."

“Honestly, I think that life is rough and he’s been trying to sell this story since he got pulled from the Cirque show, which was his last attempt at something in a ‘Michael sort of way,’ to make money," she said. "That’s how he survived his entire life, basically, is next to Michaels’s name, and when everything is getting pulled from you left and right and you’ve got nothing else, people get desperate…there’s no doubt in my mind that everything he’s saying is completely false.”

5. She thinks he should be "ashamed of himself."

“In the very beginning, he spoke about how sweet and kind my uncle is, these things are true, things of that nature, and how he built his ranch for people to have a bit of a paradise…everything else that he said, his character, weird things, none of that is true.”


“I would be so curious to hear it out of his own mouth, how he could form his words to say. He has literally embarrassed, I think, himself and his family, as well as myself and my family, for making these things up. He should be ashamed of himself, he really should.”

She also said that Wade and his mother are desperate.

"In regards to Wade specifically, as I said before, there’s some desperation with him and his mother. I’ve known these people for 10 years. His family and my family had blended. We basically had become one big family. Even after my uncle died, Wade was calling me after the funeral, how he can get close to Paris, Prince, and Blanket. They were like family members to him. There’s something bigger than just what’s going on with just Wade.”

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Emily Blackwood is a writer and editor living in California. She covers all things news, pop culture and true crime.