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Michael Jackson’s DISTURBING Porn Library Revealed For The First Time

Kaitlan Collins White House Correspondent
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Newly unearthed police reports reveal that Michael Jackson stockpiled a disturbing library of child pornography on his Neverland Ranch in California.

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The reports — obtained by Radar Online — are from the 2003 investigation into Jackson when he was accused, charged then acquitted of child molestation.

When police raided his home that November, they reportedly found pornography involving adults and children, animal torture, S&M and gore, along with “drugs to treat sex addiction.” (RELATED: Clinton On Child Porn Aficionado: ‘He Basically Meant Well’)

“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,” an alleged investigator in the case told Radar. “The documents collected by the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Department paint a dark and frightening picture of Jackson.”

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“Michael Jackson had truly perverse sexual appetites, and the twisted photos tell a sadistic side of him that nobody really knew.”

A jury later cleared Jackson of all charges. (RELATED: People Are Outraged That A White Actor Is Going To Play Michael Jackson In A New Film)

“We considered all the evidence, and since this was a criminal trial, it had to be beyond a reasonable doubt,” a juror said at the time.

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A representative from the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Department gave Vanity Fair this statement Tuesday:

“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.”