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Cops: Michael Jackson Had Child Porn, S&M — Read The Court Documents

There’s a shocking new report that claims Michael Jackson had all sorts of child pornography and hard-core porn images at his Neverland Ranch. The actual court documents from the Sheriff’s Department of Santa Barbara County show an exhaustive list of the pornographic books and other items that authorities say were found at Jackson’s home, including many images of naked children. As described in the court documents, some of those images included altered photos that placed the faces of children on the naked bodies of others.

“This book contained numerous photographs of children, some of which appeared to be altered … as ‘morphing’ was used to ‘sexualize’ the photos by enhancing the child’s anatomical features. Many of the pictures exposed the private areas of the children.”

Warning: Some of the images — though blurred with black bars placed atop nude photos — and language of the NSFW court documents, which can be read via Radar Online, might be disturbing to some viewers. The court documents go on to describe the pornographic DVDs found at Michael’s home, as well as the proof of visits to porn websites purportedly displaying “barely legal” fare. The supposed user names that Jackson used to visit such porn sites are included in the documents.

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This is an aerial view of Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch in Santa Ynez Valley [Photo by AP / Lois Bernstein]
The documents go on to describe what cops believe Michael’s purpose was for allegedly having so much porn littered around his house — from the bathrooms to the bedrooms and beyond. Authorities describe how Jackson likely used such materials to “groom” child molestation victims.

“Based on my training, the above listed books contain material that can be used as part of a ‘grooming’ process by which people (those seeking to molest children) are able to lower the inhibitions of their intended victims and facilitate the molestation of said victims.”

Noted within the documents is the fact that many of the porn materials showed young people, with some pretty graphic scenes described. There was animal torture, along with a disturbing photo of a young girl dressed up like JonBenet Ramsey with a rope around her neck. Dolls litter the floor beneath her.

Other pornographic items cops say they found around Michael’s home included lots of male-on-male sex.

“[A book] containing photographs of boys under the age of 14; full frontal nudity. The book is personally inscribed by Michael Jackson. [A book] containing photographs of children, both boys and girls; some nude. [A book] containing black-and-white photos of boys, some nude. A photograph of a boy…fully nude. A photograph of a young boy holding an umbrella; wearing bikini bottoms, partially pulled down.”

The conclusion listed in the report was that Jackson had lots of child porn — along with pornographic items featuring young people that were on the border between art and child porn.

“The homoerotic materials are circumstantial evidence of defendant’s sexual preoccupation with young boys and his intent to involve himself sexually with them. A significant number of the materials are ‘young’-themed.”

As reported by Radar Online, the documents alleging that Michael had child porn in his home had not been seen by the public until now. The shocking reports were a result of a raid on Jackson’s Neverland Ranch nearly 13 years ago, when deputies saw the items in Michael’s home in Los Olivos, California, in November, 2003.

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[Photo by AP Photo/Naashon Zalk]
Jackson reportedly used his own nephews in photos that depicted them in their underwear to entice other young boys. The descriptions of photos of sadomasochism, animal abuse, and more disturbing images are truly shocking to read about.

At one point in time, Michael at faced multiple felony counts of child molestation but was acquitted in June, 2005, of all charges. Jackson’s lawyers said Michael paid out almost $200 million in hush money to almost 20 sexual assault victims.

[Photo by AP Photo/Cliff Schiappa, File]

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