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Paris Jackson defends father Michael Jackson from reports of child pornography found in Neverland ranch

23 June 2016 Entertainment News

Fourth Estate Staff

Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – Paris Jackson is not letting reports alleging her late father of having child pornography in his Neverland ranch go undefended on the seven-year death anniversary of the King of Pop as she backed her late father.

A new report was released about a number of documents claiming that Michael collected child pornography at his estate. The documents were said to be from the 2003 investigation when Michael was tried for child molestation. The reports also claim that investigators found notes, photos, videos, and hard drives that had child pornography, animal torture, and S&M.

His daughter, 18-year-old Paris, then took to Twitter to defend Michael specifically about a report that slammed the late singer of being a d drug and sex-crazed predator. She shared, “Unfortunately negativity will always sell. I urge you all to ignore the trash & the parasites who make a career trying to slander my father.”

She continued to tweet that the most pure people are the ones who are always torn down and it will continue to be proven that her beloved dad has always been and forever will be innocent from the allegations thrown at him. She also posted a photo of Michael licking his middle finger seemingly to get the message across to the people destroying her father’s image. She captioned it only with “#Mood.”

The documents recently released were said to be not authorized to be used by any publication. Kelly Hoover, a spokeswoman for the Santa Barbara Sheriff’s Office, said that the documents were indeed uncovered from the Neverland Ranch but were not released by authorities. She added that some of the documents appear to be “copies of reports that were authored by the Sheriff’s Office” and that some photos were clearly from the internet.

Click below to see the video released from the Neverland Ranch investigation.