O ne of Michael Jackson’s molestation victims could help another victim in his fight to win millions from the “Bad” singer’s estate, The ENQUIRER has learned.

Wade Robson provided crushing testimony for the defense when the King of Pop was found not guilty in 2005 of molesting Gavin Arvizo, but in a stunning about-face, the dancer and choreographer now claims Jackson repeatedly raped and sodomized him over a seven-year period in the 1990s.

Wade, 32, has slapped Jackson’s estate with a molestation suit, and sources tell The ENQUIRER he’s pleading with Gavin – the former cancer patient who alleged that Jackson plied him with “Jesus Juice” and repeatedly molested him – to testify on his behalf.

“Gavin is a special person. He may just cooperate with Wade if only to finally prove what Michael Jackson did to him,” said an Arvizo confidante.

“It’s not something that he has to decide at this moment, but it wouldn’t surprise me if he did help Wade.”

Gavin has “forgiven” Wade for defending Jackson, said the source, and another insider claimed Gavin wants to “see how the cards are stacked before (he) makes a decision.”

Wade’s defense team has also reached out to representatives of another Jackson accuser, Jordan Chandler. A friend of his said he’s undecided about getting involved.

Jordan received more than $20 million in a settlement from Jackson in 1994 after he claimed the singer sexually molested him over a period of months during the pop star’s “Dangerous” concert tour. Jordan refused to answer subpoenas from prosecutors during Jackson’s 2005 trial. The singer was acquitted of 10 felony counts of molestation and conspiracy as alleged by Gavin.

Wade’s attorney, Maryann Marzano, plans to file an amended complaint specifying the damages he’s seeking.

But Jackson’s estate attorney, Howard Weitzman, insisted Wade won’t get a cent.

Howard said: “There are no settlement talks, and there won’t be any settlement.”