The King of Pop hired a private investigator to collect all the skeletons in his closet and bury them, according to an explosive report in London’s Sunday People. But now a former associate of the investigator is talking.
Michael Jackson paid $35 million to keep the molestations of at least 24 boys a secret, according to a special report in Sunday People.
Michael Jackson spent nearly $35 million in a desperate bid to cover up his crimes after he molested at least 24 boys, according to an explosive report published Saturday.
London’s Sunday People tabloid says it obtained “secret FBI files” full of stomach-churning details about the late King of Pop’s seamy past.
Jackson allegedly was once caught groping a famous child star and watching pornographic films while molesting another boy.
He allegedly fondled a third boy in his private theater as the victim’s clueless mother sat only a few rows away, according to the purported FBI files.
Jordan Chandler (right) and his family received $20 million to keep his inappropriate relationship with the pop star quiet, according to the Sunday People report.
The documents – identified as case numbers CADCE MJ-02463 and CR 01046 — were apparently never turned over to prosecutors in the sensational 2005 trial that cleared Jackson of molestation charges.
In a twist, the bombshell files dating to 1989 were assembled by private eye Anthony Pellicano, who Jackson hired to make sure the skeletons in his closet stayed out of the spotlight.