A choreographer who alleges he was molested by Michael Jackson as a child has set up a foundation to help young victims. Wade Robson has filed a creditor's claim against the late superstar's estate, insisting he was abused by Jackson between the ages of seven and 14 at the superstar's California and Las Vegas homes. The dance expert's legal case is ongoing, but it has now emerged that he has created a charity to help young victims of sexual abuse. He founded non-profit organisation Hearts in Our Hands on 1 July (13), according to TMZ.com. A representative for Robson tells the website the foundation will use holistic methods to help victims. A number of Jackson's family members have spoken out to dismiss Robson's allegations, including Jackson's brother Jermaine, who branded the story "a big lie".