Michael Jackson’s alleged underage sex collection which reportedly includes photos of naked teenage boys and also all-male erotica has been revealed, Daily Mail reports.
Recall that in 2003, a 12-year-old boy Gavin Arvizo accused the King of Pop of sexually busing him and this led to a raid of the singer’s Neverland ranch and there, police found pornographic materials ranging from photos of naked boys to erotica for men.
About a decade earlier, another boy, 13-year-old Jordan Chandler had accused Jackson of a similar crime. Jordan perfectly described the singer’s butt, his “pubic hair, and distinctive marks on both his testicles and penis. The mark on the penis could only be seen if it was lifted and was otherwise not visible.”
The singer faced up to 20 years in jail if convicted, but the case was later settled out of court with Jackson paying the family $22million.
After that case, Jackson moved out of the ranch to island country Bahrain. In 2009, he returned to the US on a comeback tour but was found in his Holmby Hills Home, unresponsive. When medical personnel arrived the scene, they declared him dead at the age of 48. The cause of death was said to be intoxication caused by drugs.
Now, many years later, the raid video and items previously presented in court has been made public.
According to Daily Mail:
The police report claims that in Jackson’s bedroom and bathroom alone there were at least seven collections of work found by investigators that show boys in their teenage years – and in some cases younger – fully nude or partially clothed.
One of the collections, Taormina Wilhelm Von Gloeden, is described in court papers as: ‘Nude photos of teenage boys from late 1800s.’
The search of the home occurred in November of that year while Jackson was in Las Vegas, with 70 members of the Santa Barbara County District Attorney’s Office and Sheriff’s Department turning up to the residence.
An arrest warrant had been issued at that time as well, and Jackson later turned himself into police when he returned to California.”
Back in court in 2003, here’s what an investigator said of the singer:
“Based on my training, this type of material can be used as part of the “grooming” process, by which people (those seeking to molest children) lower the inhibitions of their intended victims and facilitate the molestation of said victims.’
These materials include ‘a book depicting nude children’ found in the singer’s ‘arcade room’; ‘a book which contained nude photographs of men’ in the ‘master bathroom’; and multiple books found in the ‘master bedroom’ that included one with ‘naked and semi-naked gay men’ and another with ‘pre-teen or early teenage individuals’ who in some cases were ‘nude or semi-nude.’
See the video of the raid here: