Michael Jackson’s mansion filled with statues of young boys. GET OUT!

Here’s a shocking bit of news that I’m surprised you didn’t read on Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Turns out Michael Jackson has a ton of sculpted statues of little boys in his Neverland Mansion. They were discovered in a list of items currently being auctioned off which the King of Pop tried to keep off the public records. Whoops. TMZ reports:

Here’s a sample of some of the various works of art on the 2,952 item list: “boy with accordion,” “boy sitting on bricks,” “boy w/ baton and hat w/ feathers,” “two boys on swing bar,” “two boys with ladder,” “boys sleeping on bench,” ” boys milking goat,” “boy on a toy car with girl,” “boy pulling, 2 boys on a bike,” “boy lifting girl,” “2 boys sitting on a sunflower,” “little boy with turquoise overalls on a stand,” “bronze boy and girl hugging,” “bronze boy carrying a fruit basket,” “boys catching fish.” And it goes on and on and on and on ….
Jacko also has an item described as “child’s upper body mannequin.” In fact, he has two of those.

Okay, is anyone really surprised by this? It’s like finding out Britney Spears has a full-service Starbucks under her bed, Kim Kardashian owns a girdle designed by NASA or Spencer Pratt has a hand-crafted collection of porcelain dildos. Some things are just a given.

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