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The late Michael Jackson had a large collection of pornographic material at his Neverland Ranch.

Police reports say Jackson’s bedroom and bathroom had at least seven collections of work that show boys in their teenage years and younger, fully nude or partially clothed, according to Radar Online.

Authorities made the discovery during a search of the home in November 2003.

Many of the materials were submitted after a young boy claimed Jackson sexually abused and assaulted him on multiple occasions. Jackson was ultimately acquitted of molestation charges in 2005.

A spokeswoman for the Santa Barbara Sheriffs Office, told the Los Angeles Times “some of the documents appear to be copies of reports that were authored by Sheriff’s Office” in addition to photos taken by sheriff’s personnel.

The spokeswoman, Kelly Hoover, said they were among content that was apparently downloaded from the Internet or obtained from other sources.

Jackson was a pop singer/songwriter whose fame began with the Jackson 5 alongside his brothers. He later went on to have a successful solo career and died in 2009 from a medication overdose.

His physician was later convicted of involuntary manslaughter.

KTLA’s John A. Moreno contributed to this report.