Choreographer Wade Robson has filed legal papers demanding the release of the names of all the boys who accused Michael Jackson of molesting them as he continues to fight the King of Pop's estate amid allegations he was an assault victim. Robson claims he was repeatedly molested as a kid by Jackson and now it seems he's taking names of all the others who have accused the late pop superstar of sexual misconduct. He has filed a claim with the estate administrators asking for money as a result of allegedly being molested between the ages of seven and 14, and in new legal documents, obtained by TMZ.com, he is also demanding the release of the names of all the other people who have alleged sexual misconduct, any settlements involving molestation that have not yet been made public and any evidence of seduction, such as giving children wine. The administrators have responded by stating the info Robson has asked for is privileged. The dancer testified on behalf of the Thriller hitmaker at his 2005 child molestation trial, but has since changed his story and claims Jackson molested him for seven years when he was a child. He insists he was brainwashed by the singer to defend him in court. A trial has been set for June (14) to determine whether or not Robson's claim against Jackson's estate has any merit. Representatives for the estate argue that Robson's bid is too far past the deadline for claims and is undermined by the fact the singer is now deceased.