Obviously, it wasn't true. Anyone who read the court transcripts (as opposed to the tabloids) could tell you what a smear campaign that was. That said, I'm glad he chose to go to court the second time, he should have done that the first, then maybe a second person wouldn't have tried to cash in. He didn't do anything to the kids, their parents had documented histories of suing for false claims in their past and it was the parents making allegations, not their children. At least it was in the first case, in the second the kid had to testify and he couldn't keep his story straight which is why the jury voted as they did, they explained that the kid and mother changed their tune so many times they just didn't believe them.