Michael Jackson Allegedly Had a Secret Underage Sex Closet: Inside the Raid That Uncovered His Extensive Collection of Photos of Naked Teen Boys

A new video from back in November of 2003, the date of the raid on Michael Jackson’s home, by 70 members of the Santa Barbara County District Attorney’s Office and Sheriff’s Department, has been released. It uncovers his creepy collection of porn and photos of young naked boys.

The video, showing most of his home, from the bedroom to his arcade room, toys, and life-sized mannequins, shows just a taste of life at his Neverland Ranch.

This raid, however, revealed for the first time Michael Jackson had a secret closet that was hidden in the back of his bedroom. It was held tight with three deadbolts.

In this hidden room, he kept his more secret or special memorabilia, including an autograph photo of Macaulay Culkin, stuffed animals, games, and naked photos.

Culkin’s photo was signed with the message, “Don’t leave me alone in the house,” a reference to his movie hit, Home Alone, days.

There were toy cars, oodles of Disney merchandise, and a downright disturbing number of dolls.

Authorities report that, in Jackson’s bedroom and bathroom alone, there were a minimum of seven collections of teen boys – some even younger – partially or fully nude.

One of those collections, Taormina Wilhelm Von Gloeden, was described as “nude photos of teenage boys from the late 1800s.”

It was Radar Online that first acquired the police report and court documents. An investigator revealed, “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. He also had disgusting and downright shocking images of child torture, adult and child nudity, female bondage and sadomasochism. Based on my training, this type of material can be used as part of the “grooming” process, by which people (those seeking to molest children) lower the inhibitions of their intended victims and facilitate the molestation of said victims.”

This type of material included “a book depicting nude children” found in the arcade room; “a book that contained nude photographs of men” found in the master bathroom, and several books; one with “naked and semi-naked gay men,” another with “pre-teen or early teenage individuals” who, in some cases, were “nude or semi-nude,” also found in the master bedroom.

Radar spoke with Santa Barbara Senior Assistant District Attorney Ron Zonen about the case as he was part of the prosecution team that took on Jackson in court.

“A lot of this stuff was used to desensitize the children, and Michael admitted taking one child after another into bed with him for long periods of time,” revealed Santa Barbara Senior Assistant District Attorney Ron Zonen.

“We identified five different boys, who all made allegations of sexual abuse. There’s not much question in my mind that Michael was guilty of child molestation,” he continued.

Jackson was eventually found not guilty in 2005 after he’d faced seven counts of child molestation two felony counts of providing an intoxicant to a minor under the age of 14; all felonies.

But then Gavin Arvizo came forward saying that he’d been sexually assaulted by the King of Pop. He was a then-13-year-old cancer survivor.

The claims he’d made were quite similar to the ones made 10 years earlier when Jordan Chandler, another 13-year-old boy, came forward saying he, too, had been molested by Jackson.

After police discovered that Chandler’s father may have been trying to extort from MJ, no charges were ever filed. The boy’s mother also claimed that Jackson never touched her son.

But Jordan was able to describe Jackson’s buttocks, pubic hair, and distinctive marks on both his testicles and penis perfectly.

The mark on the singer’s penis could only be seen if it was lifted, likely spots caused by his skin condition, Vitiligo; invisible otherwise.

Jackson eventually settled with the Chandler family for $22 million, and no charges were ever filed against him in court.

Once the trial was over, Jackson, who’d faced up to 20 years in prison if convicted on all charges, moved to Bahrain.

He did eventually return to the United States, and was preparing for his comeback tour in 2009 when he died.


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