Porn From Neverland Has Accuser's Prints On It, Paper Says

Police, Jackson's legal team have not commented on the report.

A potentially damaging piece of evidence has been unearthed in the child-molestation case against Michael Jackson, according to a report in Saturday's Santa Barbara News-Press.

The newspaper reports that fingerprints belonging to both Jackson and his accuser were found on pornographic magazines that authorities seized from Jackson's Neverland Ranch last year. The paper did not name its source, and spokespeople for the Santa Barbara Sheriff's Department have yet to address the report. Jackson's legal team has also not commented on the report, though all parties in the case are bound by a gag order preventing them from discussing the details of the case.

Jackson stands accused of multiple felony counts related to lewd acts with a minor, an attempted lewd act on a child and administering an intoxicant to a minor as well as other lesser charges. Jackson maintains his innocence and has pleaded not guilty to all charges.

Police have searched Jackson's ranch several times — first on November 18, 2003, and most recently only a week ago (see "Police Search Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch — Again").

Jackson is scheduled to stand trial January 31.

For full coverage of the Michael Jackson case, see "Michael Jackson Accused."