Few people have ventured inside Michael Jackson’s estate and left it without having a story or two to share. Besides the latest child molestation accusers from Leaving Neverland, a massive collection of lewd images were previously discovered to be in Jackson’s possession before he died. Now, with the resurfacing allegations against the pop star, the images from Jackson’s bizarre vault are finally being released to the public.
Police officers found Jackson’s secret stash of bizarre images and paraphernalia after conducting a raid of Neverland Ranch in 2003. The police report details all the strange objects and images Jackson contained in his house. His bathroom and bedroom alone held at least seven collections of work that featured teenage boys in the nude.
One investigator even claimed that “He also had disgusting and downright shocking images of child torture, adult and child nudity, and sadomasochism.”
Investigators suspected that Jackson’s collection of images, including naked women and men, could be used as a device to groom the children he brought to Neverland Ranch and prepare them for molestation.
Police conducted the raid after 13-year-old cancer survivor Gavin Arvizo accused Jackson of molesting him. In 2005, Jackson was acquitted on seven counts of child molestation and two counts of providing an intoxicant to a minor.
Now the images and videos of Jackson’s bizarre “entertainment” collection have been released to the media. They include videos, books, images, and more that were found inside his Neverland Ranch six years before he died.
The stash included women and men in bondage scenes, as well as transgender videos, and scenes of same-sex sadomasochism, including teenage boys.
In one image, a child beauty queen holds a noose around her neck while standing in front of an image of JonBenet Ramsey.
One of the reasons that Jackson managed to obtain and possess these images was because they were considered art.
One collection from Taormina Wilhelm Von Gloeden featured “nude photos of teenage boys from (the) the late 1800s.”
There were also more recent Polaroid images of nude juvenile males.
Court papers said, “One of the juveniles appeared to be a young teenager. The other appeared to be adolescent.”
Investigators added, “The name ‘Greg’ was printed above the child who appeared to be of teenage years. This subject appeared to be wearing a white terry cloth robe. The name ‘Kendall’ was printed over the adolescent aged individual. The adolescent individual was bare-chested. The picture does not depict the lower half of the children so it cannot be ascertained as to what they were wearing with regard to lower clothing.”
The report also indicated that “the phrases ‘Are you scared yet?’ and ‘Ha Ha!’” were printed on the lower portions of these images. Where did they use to groom his would-be victims?
Jackson was in Las Vegas when the Santa Barbara police raided his home. When he returned to California, he turned himself into the cops.
Radar Online was the first news source to obtain the damning photos and police report.
“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.”
What do you make of these images found in Michael Jackson’s home?
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