Late King of Pop Michael Jackson had spent millions on a shocking collection of "paedo" art. The legendary artist owned a large number of specially commissioned paintings, in which he featured surrounded by naked cherubs or children.
And now, six months after his death, some of his bizarre artwork have been unveiled.
One of the pictures, called "Michael", shows the 'Thriller' star striking the same pose as Michelangelo's statue of David with just a loincloth covering his privates.
In the picture, he has marble-white skin and he is surrounded by male cherubs.
Another painting 'Field Of Dreams', shows Jackson, who died in June aged 50, leading children along a yellow brick road.
The paintings were done by US artist David Nordahl, 68, who denied claims they were so-called "paedo art".
The shocking artwork has revealed in a new book about Jackson's life called 'Opus: The Ultimate Celebration Of An Icon'.
"These paintings are a way of seeing how Michael would like to have seen himself," the Daily Star quoted David as saying.