Pedo Files: Michael Jackson Spent Over $35 Million To Silence 24 Underage Boys He Allegedly Had Freaky Sex With For Over 15 Years

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This is all bad…

Secret FBI files published in a British newspaper allege how superstar singer Michael Jackson paid off parents and victims of his sexual abuse.

Via RadarOnline reports:

The files, reportedly provided to the FBI as part of its probe into Pellicano, name 17 boys – including five child actors and two dancers – whom Jackson abused.

Other children the singer allegedly preyed on include a European boy and the sons of a screenwriter. Their names were not published in the report.

In a transcript of one tape from 1993, Jackson’s ex-butler Philip LeMarque and his wife Stella detailed how screen legend Marlon Brando complained that the King of Pop would “disappear with the children” at his Neverland Ranch in Santa Barbara, Calif.

Stella said: “He’d come to the ranch and always see Michael playing, disappear with the children. Michael would never spend time with the adults at the ranch.

“He [Brando] said, ‘What the hell is Michael doing with those kids!’’’ She said another famous guest, the late Elizabeth Taylor, “never” complained.

The couple said Jackson would watch Adult films with young boys in his private bedroom behind a secret wall.

The explosive report comes just days after a dancer-choreographer revealed how he’d been allegedly abused by Jackson beginning at age seven and said it continued unabated for a period of seven years.

Wade Robson, now 30, told a Los Angeles court that Jackson made his first sexual advances in the star’s bedroom in 1990, as his sister Chantal slept in the same room and often with his mother under the same roof.

“It showed at least two dozen children were given money to stay quiet – which came to around ­$35million,” the investigator said.

“Wade Robson was one of the kids identified as a victim while our reports show many others were paid off before their names even emerged.”

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If FBI files had proof of multiple payouts, it would’ve been introduced by Sneddon during the 2005 trial, given that the DA specifically requested the FBI’s assistance.

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