(Photo: Danny Moloshok, AP)
(Photo: Danny Moloshok, AP)

Jermaine Jackson hit back hard on Wednesday after a RadarOnline.com report surfaced, claiming the late singer kept a collection of child pornography at his Neverland Ranch, citing documents from a 2003 raid.

“Let Michael rest in peace. Leave. Him. Alone,” Jackson’s brother tweeted, after the Santa Barbara Sheriff’s Office released a lengthy statement about the report’s claims.

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