Michael Jackson child sex abuse probe 'dropped by FBI because Thriller singer was due to get an award from President Ronald Reagan'

An officer within the LAPD's Sexual Exploitation of Children's division handed feds an unconfirmed report he received about the singer molesting the youngsters between 1985 and 1986.

However, the investigation in soon hit the buffers when it emerged the King of Pop was due to receive a gong from the then-President at the White House, reports DailyMail.com.

The molestation allegations  came AFTER the star was famously given the Presidential Public Safety Commendation by Reagan and his wife Nancy in 1984.

An unnamed author told the authorities in December 1993 "that he had information that the Federal Bureau of Investigation in 1985 or 1986, investigated allegations against Michael Jackson for allegedly molesting two Mexican boys."

However, he then went on to claim the Special Agent in charge "did not pursue the allegations because Jackson was to receive an honour at the White House from the President."

The Los Angeles cop who passed on the information to the FBI reportedly said he was doing so to give the local FBI division a heads up, according to paperwork which emerged nearly 10 years later.


The claims emerged after the shock documentary Leaving Neverland left viewers calling the Jacko documentary “the most uncomfortable thing they have ever watched”.

In hard to watch scenes James Safechuck claimed that Jackson taught him to masturbate after they met on tour when he was aged just nine.

Wade Robson ,who claims he was just seven when first abused by Jacko, told how he kept an eerie full-sized replica of Disney character Peter Pan next to his bed and he was forced to bend over while Jacko masturbated behind him.

Safechuck said: "I remember one time I was sleeping and I woke up and Michael said that he had performed oral sex on me while I was sleeping.

“I was like, ‘oh, okay’.”

Safechuck, who met Jacko on the set of a Pepsi ad, said the abuse started one night in a Paris hotel while he accompanied the performer on his European Tour.

He said: "He (Jackson) said that I was his first sexual experience. And he would say that all time time."

First it  “evolved from French kissing” then to “kissing different parts of the body”.

Jackson, who died in 2009 of a drug overdose, strongly denied all allegations of sexual abuse made against him.

His estate has vehemently denounced the documentary.

It attacks the credibility of Robson and Safechuck, as well as the filmmaker for not including other voices who knew Jackson.

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