Wade Robson has changed the name of a fund set up to collect donations in the wake of HBO airing "Leaving Neverland."
The recently established fund, set up through Hawaii Community Foundation, was originally named "Robson Family Fund," and "created a powerful way to contribute towards the healing from and prevention of child abuse."
Donations started at $250, but the charity did not specifically say where the money would go. Robson and his wife, Amanda, began taking heat online from people suggesting they were trying to cash in on the controversy from "Leaving Neverland."
Tuesday morning, the "Robson Family Fund" page was removed and replaced with the "Robson Child Abuse Healing and Prevention Fund." Along with the new name, the page also touts a personal donation from Robson of $10,000.
The charity page also links out to Robson's website, which now features lots of resources for sexual abuse survivors, including books, therapy information and tips on meditation.
As we reported, sources close to the estate and family of Michael Jackson believe Robson only participated in the HBO documentary to boost his own fame, and have pointed out inconsistencies over the years in his allegations of abuse regarding the late singer.