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FBI Examined Michael Jackson’s Secret ‘Sex Tape’ After Claims He Abused Mexican Boys

Michael Jackson Claims Sexually Abused Mexican Boys FBI
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Mar. 25 2019, Updated 5:34 p.m. ET

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New details about Michael Jackson’ alleged secret life as a child molester have been exposed.

Shocking documents obtained by Sun Online show the FBI investigated the singer and examined an alleged "child sex" videotape labelled "Michael Jackson's Neverland Favorites An All Boy Anthology" following claims he sexually abused two Mexican boys in the 1980s.

A witness called Los Angeles police claiming the abuse happened between 1985 and 1986 but saying that the investigation was "covered up” by the agents themselves. The 1993 documents allege that despite the boys detailing the assault, FBI agents closed the case because “Jackson was to receive an honor at the White House from the President” later that year.

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The request for the FBI to examine the videotape came from the U.S. Customs Service, but it is unknown what exactly was on the film.

The documents were made public in 2009 at the height of the FBI’s investigation into the “Thriller” singer. Among them was a statement from a Canadian social worker who claimed she was on a train with Jackson and his team, and became very alarmed when she saw his behavior towards a young boy. The star allegedly said the boy was his cousin, but when he got into a private coach with him, the social worker claimed she heard “questionable noises” and “notified the conductor of her suspicions.”

The troubling reveal comes days after Leaving Neverland, HBO’s scathing documentary about the King of Pop’s alleged double life was released. In the documentary, two men who claim to have been abused by Jackson as young boys speak of their horrifying experiences.

A string of stunned fans and stars have taken to social media to voice their disbelief over the allegations ever since, and Jackson’s songs have been banned from various radio stations around the world.

Michael Jackson’s heartbroken family continues to deny the claims.

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