New Disturbing Report: Michael Jackson Had Child Porn and Images of Animal Torture

But was never charged?

This is perhaps the most troubling report about the late Michael Jackson yet.

Radar Online claims to have obtained police reports from the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Department that date back to 2003, when Jackson's Neverland Ranch was raided by police. The search was a part of the child sex abuse investigation Jackson was undergoing at the time, and according to Radar's report, the search led police to find "photos and videos of men, women, boys and girls in perverted positions," images of animal torture and S&M, and more. From Radar:

"The search was conducted as part of the continuing child sex abuse investigation against the Gloved One and turned up everything from Jackson’s twisted porn collection — which included filthy photos and videos of men, women, boys and girls in perverted positions — to drugs to treat sex addiction, with multiple prescriptions written by a variety of physicians for people close to the star.

One private investigator with direct knowledge of the raids said: 'The detectives’ report cites Michael even used sexy photos of his own nephews, who were in the band 3T, in their underwear to excite young boys.'"

Radar also reports that "authorities described photos of children bleeding, in pain and tormented," and an insider claimed that one photo in particular showed a child "holding what appears to be a dead goose bludgeoned to death."

Ron Zonen, who helped prosecute Jackson, told the site, "A lot of this stuff was used to desensitize the children." He added that Jackson had confessed to being in bed with children "for long periods of time."

Radar's report is just one of many to have surfaced since Jackson's death in 2009, and after reading it, it's odd to think that Jackson wasn't charged for possessing child pornography. Jackson originally faced 10 charges in his child sex abuse case, but was acquitted of all charges in 2005.

You can read the police reports obtained by Radar here.