Aaron Carter had blasted Wade Robson and James Safechuck for the child sex abuse allegations they made against Michael Jackson in the HBO documentary, 'Leaving Neverland.'

Speaking on TMZ Live he spoke on his own personal experiences with the deceased star and denied that he was ever molested.

"I remember having the time of my life with Michael," Carter said. 

"I was about 15 years old and I remember him just sitting down with me being like, you know, 'This is kind of what you gotta do, Aaron, with your future. Be focused, stay driven, always be a perfectionist.'"

Carter admitted that he “stayed in his bedroom” at the Neverland Ranch but claims that Robson is just making the allegations for a check.

"You're a grown man and when Michael Jackson is alive, you are backing him, you are up his ass, you're kissing his ass, you are there to testify for him under oath. And then when he dies, you decide that that's a good time to come out?" Carter said. 

"No. What you're doing is actually stomping on an icon and a legend's grave. You're stomping on his grave . . . I feel like, why not do it when he was alive, man?"

Carter was forced to respond to claims made online by an alleged Robson account, but the choreographer denied that the page belonged to him.

Wade's attorney Vince William Finaldi told Fox News:

"That account was not Wade’s. He has never owned or controlled a Twitter account," the statement read. "When we learned of the fraudulent Twitter account, last week, we immediately requested that Twitter have it removed. Twitter complied with our request and it was removed.

"Mr. Robson would never accuse someone of being a victim in such a manner, and regrets that this fraudulent account referenced Mr. Carter," the statement added.