Michael Jackson possessed stashes of child porn in Neverland Ranch

Michael Jackson possessed stashes of child porn in Neverland Ranch

“He also had disgusting and downright shocking images of child torture, adult and child nudity, female bondage and sadomasochism.”

Michael Jackson lived a life filled with drama and controversy, which followed him even to his death. Now, seven years after the King of Pop was laid to rest, new details from his 2003 child molestation case have surfaced.

According to an Esquire story, the police had found disturbing material on the late musician’s California home during a raid.

The material included pornography of both adults and children, animal torture, S&M, and gore, along with “drugs to treat sex addiction, with multiple prescriptions written by a variety of physicians.”

Investigators told Radar Online that these materials were intended to “desensitise children.”

"The documents exposed Jackson as a manipulative, drug-and-sex-crazed predator who used blood, gore, sexually explicit images of animal sacrifice and perverse adult sex acts to bend children to his will," the source told Radar Online.

“He also had disgusting and downright shocking images of child torture, adult and child nudity, female bondage and sadomasochism,” the source added.

One of the private investigators with an of the raids said that according to detectives’ report, Michael Jackson was in possession of sexy photos of his own nephews who were in their underwear “to excite young boys.”

In 2003, the King of Pop had been infamously charged with child molestation and two counts of giving an intoxicant to a minor.

He faced up to 20 years of jail time, but was later acquitted.

During the trial, the New York Times reported:

“Prosecutors painted him as a serial pedophile who got young boys into his bed using Neverland as a lure.

“They portrayed the singer's estate near here as a no-rules fantasy kingdom that lowered children's inhibitions and made them ready for Mr. Jackson's sexual advances.

“The accuser in the case was just the latest in a long list of Mr. Jackson's ‘special friends,’ they said, at least two of whom were silenced with large payments.”

A jury subsequently cleared him of all the charges, but after his trial, one juror said that “we considered all the evidence, and since this was a criminal trial, it had to be beyond a reasonable doubt.”

“Since then, lawyers claim that Jackson paid up to $200 million to keep as many as 20 victims quiet,” the Esquire report said. “Jackson died in 2009 after taking a lethal dose of sleeping medications administered by his doctor.”

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James Martinez

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