Macaulay Culkin says Michael Jackson had bedroom alarm system

The Home Alone star was a child companion of the singer in the early 1990s.

While testifying in court in 2005 he said rigged a walkway leading up to the room where he allegedly molested children.

This was also what James Safechuck said in the bombshell documentary in which he alleged the singer sexually abused him.

While testifying in Jackson’s defence in 2005 trial – in which the singer was accused of sex abuse allegations – Culkin described the system.

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He said: “There was like a walkway kind of thing, where if somebody was approaching the door, it would kind of like ‘ding-dong, ding-dong.’

“When anyone would approach the room, yeah, you’d hear this kind of—soft kind of alarm, like ‘ding-dong’ kind of thing.”

But there were other strange things at the infamous Neverland ranch, it‘s claimed in the documentary.

Safechuck, 41, claims there was a plethora of hidden sex dens.

ALARM: The child star testified that the singer had an alarm system in his bedroom (Pic: Rex)

SHARED BED: Culkin said he shared a bed with Michael Jackson (Pic: WireImage)


But Culkin has always maintained that the singer never sexually molested him, even though he admitted that he shared a bed with MJ 10 times “at the most”.

The former child star said he stopped visiting the Neverland ranch when he was 14 – which is the same age Jackson’s accusers Safechuck and Wade Robson claim the abuse stopped.

Culkin also said when he began visiting the Neverland ranch again aged 17, he never shared Jacko’s bed.

He said: “When I started coming back again, I found myself just not sleeping in bed.

HIDDEN: It has been claimed there were secret chambers in the Neverland ranch (Pic: GETTY)

“And I’ve always kind of fell asleep in the guest units ever since then.”

Asked why, he added: “Because I enjoyed my privacy a little bit more.”

The Michael Jackson estate has denied all of the allegations in the , claiming it is one-sided and his accusers are opportunists.

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