Report: Michael Jackson's home was found to have child pornography, animal torture materials back in 2003

Police reports make Michael Jackson out to be 'drug- and sex-crazed predator'
Police reports make Michael Jackson out to be 'drug- and sex-crazed predator'

Police reports from the 2003 investigation of Michael Jackson for child molestation have surfaced, and they paint a disturbing portrait of the late pop icon.

According to the reports, which were obtained by Radar Online, Jackson's Neverland Ranch in Santa Barbara, California was reportedly found to have been filled with child pornography, as well as violent images of animal torture and S&M practices. The reports also make mention of materials in which there was "morphing" of children's faces onto adult bodies.

The reports come from a police raid of the ranch in November of 2003. In the aftermath, Jackson was charged with seven counts of child molestation and two counts of giving an intoxicant to a minor. According to Radar, the reports include mention of materials "of children bleeding, in pain and tormented."

Ron Zonen, a former Santa Barbra D.A. who worked to prosecute Jackson, told Radar: "A lot of this stuff was used to desensitize the children." Despite the alleged stack of evidence against him, Jackson was acquitted at trial in 2005. He died four years later, in 2009.

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