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MICHAEL JACKSON'S NEVERLAND RANCH HAD A DARK SIDE AND THAT'S WHY IT WAS SOLD SO CHEAP

Neverland Ranch was sold to billionaire Ron Burkle, but there's a reason the property low its price from 100 million to 22 million dollars

Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch has a dark side.
Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch has a dark side.

Neverland Ranch was of course named after the fantasy world in J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan. The singer had the means to make his wildest dreams come true and installed a railroad, Ferris wheel, and a merry-go-round onto the property. He also had orangutans and an elephant. 

Neverland Ranch was of course named after the fantasy world in J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan. The singer had the means to make his wildest dreams come true and installed a railroad, Ferris wheel, and a merry-go-round onto the property. He also had orangutans and an elephant. 

Unfortunately, the ranch has a dark side. Michael Jackson was accused of molesting young boys on the property as far back as 1993. The singer skated by many accusations until the 2003 documentary Living with Michael Jackson. 

The documentary includes footage of Michael Jackson holding hands with and cradling a young teenager that he shared a bed with. He issued a statement denying any wrongdoing but the film sparked a criminal investigation. 

As a result Michael Jackson went to trial in 2005 but was acquitted of all charges. He also settled another allegation of molestation at the Ranch for $20 million. After Michael Jackson died in 2009, the property was rebranded as Sycamore Valley Ranch and the amusement rides have since been removed.

Source: HOLA! Usa

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