Michael Jackson's Trials

Michael Jackson's Trials


The Ongoing Trials of The Late Michael Jackson

Friday, March 04, 2005

Inside Neverland

Michael Jackson's Neverland ranch was described in his trial yesterday.

Seemingly it is overflowing with artefacts including; mannequins of young boys, a grand piano and a model of Gollum from The Lord of the Rings.

The police video of their search of Neverland was shown to the jury. It showed a hallway filled with white statues of half-naked cherubs and giant paintings; moving into Jackson's bedroom it showed the room crammed with cut-outs of film stars, a life-sized mannequin of a boy and the model of Gollum.

Bizarrely, at the entrance to Jackson's suite, there was a red and gold throne with a mannequin of a young boy with his legs in the air.

Above Jacksons' giant bed, adorned with a sparkly cover, was a version of The Last Supper featuring Jackson.

The room also contained a cot, televisions and photographs of Marilyn Monroe, Shirley Temple, Spiderman and Incredible Hulk paraphernalia.

There was cardboard cut-out of two children kissing. On a grand piano there were two more mannequins, a picture of Peter Pan and one of Jackson and a young boy with cherubic curls resting his chin on the star's shoulder.

The video also showed "The Toy Room", this was filled with life-size models of fantasy characters such as Darth Vader, Batman and other superheroes.

There was a room with a model castle and a "Doll Room"; this contained dolls of all sizes, including a baby doll and a boy scout on a podium. There was also a four poster bed and a lace curtain draped cot in the room.

Not excatly decorated in the Martha Stewart style is it?

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