Radar Online posted an article last month, publishing police documents from a 2003 raid on Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch. They detailed items found including pornography and nude images of children, causing a viral outrage as blog after blog reposted the claims against the late icon.

But now, the publication has been hit with a $100 million lawsuit by Michael Jackson's nephews, who call the reports against their uncle "vicious and unrelenting attacks." "Radar has tried to profit by launching a vicious and unrelenting attack on [Jackson] based on claims that, years ago, he was guilty of sexual abuse, even though, at the time, he was found ‘not guilty’ of that very charge… Radar represents its ‘reports’ as ‘new’ and based on official 'Detective Reports.' Not only have those Detective Reports been available to the public for many years, Radar has misrepresented what the Reports say," writes the Jacksons' lawyer Bert Fields."

$100 million. Ouch.