Michael Jackson’s Neverland in controversial new pictures

Contentious photos show the abandoned estate

Michael Jackson’s currently-abandoned Neverland estate has been exposed in a series of photographs.

Online blog, Terrastories.com, show parts of the estate close-up, including the ferris wheel, a set of gold statues and the bumper car tent.

Also pictured is a lithograph near the front gate showing Jackson leading a group of children along a path.

The photographer, Jonathan Haeber, claims he was let into the property in early March when it was to be auctioned.

However, users have posted comments on the site claiming that Haeber illegally gained access to the estate, citing the fact the pictures were taken at night, using long exposure as evidence for this.

As previously reported, the auction of Neverland was halted after the singer struck a deal with a private investment group.