The rumor is that the penis was deliberately drawn as a last act of defiance by a disgruntled Disney artist who was being laid off.The truth is, the artist who created the cover did not work for Disney itself, thus was not a disgruntled employee, and claims the penis tower was completely inadvertent.Jackson was ultimately acquitted in 2005 after being charged with seven felony counts of child molestation and two felony counts of providing an intoxicant to a minor under the age of 14 when Gavin Arvizo came forward claiming that he had been sexually assaulted by the singer.No charges were ever filed against the singer however after police discovered the Chandler's father may have been attempting to extort Jackson and the young boy's mother claimed Jackson never touched her son.The contents of that secret room included a cache of child pornography.Take a look at what police found when they busted open the room.
“In death, Michael still suffers trial by media but his exoneration is enshrined in court transcripts ‘journalists’ are too lazy to read,” he tweeted after seeing the news.Here is a list of 10 naughty moments found in cartoons. v=t EOFQAJAcss&hl=en&fs=1&rel=0] During the sequence in The Hunchback Of Notre Dame in which Quasimodo sings ‘Out There’ (one of the best songs on the soundtrack), as we pan over a view of Paris from the bell tower, characters from other Disney movies can be seen in the background.Most prominently is Belle (Beauty & The Beast) strolling along in her blue dress and reading a book of course. v=b ZDy L316x0E&hl=en&fs=1&rel=0] When you go through the movie pocahontas and look at each scene carefully, you find it is of references to sex.There is always a temptation by a cartoonist to slip in a bit of something extra – something only they are aware of, but thanks to scores of teenaged boys with a pause button and too much time on their hands, we are all able to see these little in-jokes.Unfortunately for companies like Disney, some of them are a little on the naughty side and they have been the root of legal battles.While Disney and Pixar both love to insert “Easter eggs” — intentional hidden messages or inside jokes — into their films, this is not an example of one.Everyone loves cartoons – both children and adults.More sharp eyed viewers may also spot Pumbaa from The Lion King being carried by two men, a street merchant shaking out the flying carpet from Aladdin and even a satellite dish on one of the rooftops. In the video clip above the job has been done for you – some are pretty obscure, but others are very very clear enough to be fairly convincing evidence of intentional inclusion in the movie. The rumour was that a disgruntled artist who was going to lose his job drew the phallic object in the castle of The Little Mermaid in annoyance over his impending redundancy.However the artist himself says that he was not about to be fired, but was forced to hurry drawing the design so that he could meet his deadline and did not realise at the time the exact shape of what he had drawn.renewed interest in a rumor that a drawing of characters “Uncle Roger” and “Mommy” engaged in a sex act could be spotted on Boo’s bedroom wall: The drawing did not actually appear in the movie at all.The image was created by Corey Vaspasiano for a digital editing contest for the web site which had many people convinced that it was real.