The attorney representing a 13-year-old boy who claims he was molested by Michael Jackson filed court documents Tuesday in an effort to obtain photographs of the entertainer's body.
Last month, Jackson submitted to a body search by investigators seeking evidence to corroborate the boy's claims.
"We think that the fact that my client can establish what Mr. Jackson looks like naked is very substantial evidence of Mr. Jackson's guilt," said Larry Feldman, the boy's attorney.
Feldman said he filed a motion in court that is a "multiple choice" request: Jackson may provide copies of the police photographs, submit to a second search, or the court may bar the photographs from the civil trial as evidence.
Feldman said he has asked Jackson's attorneys and the Los Angeles County district attorney's office for copies, but they refused.