A previously unseen police report from the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Department depicts the King of Pop, Michael Jackson, as a depraved sexual predator of children.
Radar Online has unearthed a police report from 2003 when Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch was raided after allegations of sexual abuse and molestation by a 13-year-old boy.
Documents from this resurfaced Neverland Ranch raid was conducted as a part of Jackson’s child sex abuse investigation before the pop legend was acquitted in 2005. The reports from the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Department, obtained by Radar, describe Jackson’s stockpile of photos and videos that was found by officials featuring images of men, women, and children in “perverted positions”.
In the report, Santa Barbara authorities describe photos of bleeding children, “in pain and tormented”, “sexually explicit images of animal sacrifice”, and a collection of pornography featuring images with children’s faces superimposed onto adult bodies. Pornographic materials were also found in Jackson’s nightstand and in his bathroom, which a source claims were his “method of ‘grooming’ young boys” to cave into his sexual desires.
In addition to mass amounts of this disturbing pornography, investigators found drugs and prescriptions for drugs that are used to treat sex addiction.
A representative from the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Department responded to Vanity Fair’s request for comment with the following statement:
Some of the documents appear to be copies of reports that were authored by Sheriff’s Office personnel as well as evidentiary photographs taken by Sheriff’s Office personnel interspersed with content that appears to be obtained off the Internet or through unknown sources. The Sheriff’s Office did not release any of the documents and/or photographs to the media. The Sheriff’s Office released all of its reports and the photographs as part of the required discovery process to the prosecution and the defense.
Jackson paid $200 million in “hush money” to a minimum of 20 individuals following his acquittal in 2005. Ron Zonen, the then-Santa Barbara Senior Assistant District Attorney, told Radar, “There’s not much question in my mind that Michael was guilty of child molestation.”
View the documents uploaded by Radar, here.