Michael Jackson's sick porn stash included girl hanging from noose next to picture of eight-year-old beauty queen JonBenet Ramsey

One chilling picture shows a child dressed as a beauty queen seemingly simulating the death of JonBenét Ramsey who was found strangled in 1996.



Pictures of the murdered girl can be seen in the background with "room to play" written on the top of the page.

Police also found creepy pictures depicting animal torture, a photo book titled Fantasies Of Childhood and drugs which are used for sex addiction.

The raid at the Californian mansion took place in 2003 while Jacko was being investigated over allegations of child molestation.

Pictures and video footage offer a glimpse inside the Thriller singer’s bizarre home which was covered with dolls, children’s toys and expensive ornaments and paintings.

While the police report into the raid was never made public, Radar Online obtained what appeared to be the case documents in 2016.

Among the disturbing items found at the entertainer’s home were images of children bleeding or in pain and pictures of adult bodies with kids’ faces superimposed on top, the news outlet reported.

STASH OF PORN

One book found in Jacko’s mansion, titled The Fourth Sex, by British artists the Chapman Brothers and Tracey Emin, contains erotic photos.

Police also found images of nude children or showing youngsters wearing swimwear.

Investigators discovered porn magazines in Jackson’s bedroom and bathroom including Hustler’s Barely Legal and an issue of Girls Of Penthouse.

Ron Zonen, who worked for the Santa Barbara District Attorney’s office, told Radar Online that he believes some of the materials were used by Jackson to desensitise kids who he was allegedly grooming for sex abuse.

Mr Zonen, who worked on the Jackson prosecution, said: “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.”

Cops also found drugs which could be used to treat sex addiction along with prescriptions written by several doctors, Radar reports.

In a video clip of the raid, officers can be seen moving a jukebox to reveal a seemingly hidden door in Jackson's games room.

One of the lead investigators can also be heard asking one of the Neverland staff about "secret rooms" at the property.

Michael Jackson’s estate slammed the release of the documents and pictures insisting the singer was an “amazing artist and humanitarian devoted to helping children in need”.

ESTATE'S DENIAL

A statement read: “Michael Jackson's fans, including the Executors of his estate, prefer to remember the wonderful gifts Michael left behind instead of having to once again see his good name dragged through the mud by tabloid trash.

“Everything in these reports, including what the County of Santa Barbara calls ‘content that appears to be obtained off the Internet or through unknown sources’ is false, no doubt timed to the anniversary of Michael's passing.”

The JonBenét Ramsey case

JonBenét Ramsey was found dead on December 26, 1996 in the basement of the family home in Boulder, Colorado.

Her parents, John and Patsy, had a party the night before on December 25 and put their daughter to bed about 9pm.

Patsy woke up at 5am to find a three-page ransom note on the stairs claiming JonBenét had been kidnapped.

She was found by her father in the basement and had been bludgeoned, strangled and hidden underneath a white blanket with a nylon cord around her neck, her wrists bound above her head and her mouth covered by duct tape.

JonBenét's parents and brother were formally cleared of any involvement in 2008 with DNA evidence.

Her brother Burker, who was nine at the time, was implicated in her death after a CBS documentary came out in 2016.

He has since publically denied it.

Jackson, who died from a drug overdose in 2009, strongly denied all allegations of sex abuse made against him.

Two of his former boy companions, Wade Robson and James Safechuck, have taken part in the explosive new docuemntary film Leaving Neverland.

The pair both claim they were sexually abused by the singer over a number of years when they were children.

 



 







The mannequins were all fully clothed and posed in odd positions around the cluttered mansion




 

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