A stash of disturbing and borderline illegal pornographic images were found in Michael Jackson 's Neverland ranch before his death. The Thriller singer, who 10 years after his death from a drug overdose faces fresh claims of sexual abuse and assault against underage boys, collected grim images of nude and partially clothed teenagers at his vast home. Allegations made against him in the Channel 4 documentary Leaving Neverland focus on two of his alleged victims - Wade Robson and James Safechuck - who say Jackson groomed, molested and preyed upon them. Now questions are being asked again about the materials found inside Jackson's home during a raid in November
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Police discovered Michael Jackson had a large collection of pornography, which allegedly included images of children, animal torture and gore, reportedly used in his bid to seduce young boys. The police report describes several of the materials found at Jackson's estate and notes that many of the books and images "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. One of the books found in Jackson's possession was titled, Room to Play , which "contained numerous photographs of children. Authorities also found numerous photos of children located inside a safe in the employee break room of Jackson's home.
By Daily Mail. The twisted nature of Michael Jackson's sizable and bizarre pornography collection was revealed in images released to the media in The huge cache of videos, books and images found at his Neverland Ranch in - six years before he died - was noted in a Santa Barbara Sheriff's Department report. It featured women and men in scenes of bondage, transgender videos, young male erotica featuring men and teenagers and even scenes of same-sex sadomasochism. Much of the material was also detailed in court papers from the time, submitted after a young boy came forward claiming that he had been sexually abused and assaulted by the singer on multiple occasions. Scroll down for video. Images of a two-headed mannequin with no discernible sex parts in one of Jackson's books.
Police said the documents dating back to had been used in a trial where the singer was acquitted. The report from the raid was never made public. But now Radar Online has obtained what appear to be the case documents.