It's been more than ten years since Michael Jackson's sick double life was exposed by Santa Barbara County sheriffs, but RadarOnline.com has learned that his family is still in denial about his twisted fetishes!
This week, Radar revealed the chilling details of sex addiction medicine, naked kiddie art and other creepy items found in the 2003 raid of Jackson's home. Jackson was eventually cleared of all child abuse charges.
And to this day, "the Jacksons refuses to believe any of it," a source close to the family told Radar exclusively.
"They did not believe any of it when it was all going down and they are not going to believe any of it now," the insider added.
According to the source, Michael's elderly parents – Katherine, 85, and Joe Jackson, 87 – said that "this is all just one big 'conspiracy theory.'"
"That is what they are telling the kids," said the source, referring to Michael's three children – Paris, 18, Prince, 19 and Blanket Jackson, 13.
As part of Radar's explosive exposé, video showed of the raids on Jacko's former home, Neverland Ranch, showed officials cracking into secret rooms and safes filled with disturbing materials that were used in his 2005 trial. (He was eventually acquitted.)
"The family is just going to continue to turn a blind eye to all of this," the source told Radar.
"The problem is that they cannot protect Paris and the other children from this information any more and the kids are just really traumatized right now."
"No one can believe that all of this is coming out again so long after Michael died," the insider added.
Meanwhile, local sheriffs have confirmed that the documents and videos released by Radar are legitimate.