Michael Jackson is a wanted man. At a press conference today, Santa Barbara County Sheriff Jim Anderson confirmed that an arrest warrant has been issued for the King of Pop stemming from multiple allegations of sexual abuse. The warrant was for violation of Section 288 of the California Penal Code — which prohibits lewd or lascivious acts with a child under age 14. Bail has been set at $3 million. If convicted on a single count, Jacko faces from three to eight years in prison. In light of today's events, CBS has decided to postpone its

Michael Jackson Number Ones special, which was scheduled to air next Wednesday. "Given the gravity of the charges against Mr. Jackson, we believe it would be inappropriate at this time to broadcast an entertainment special," the network said in a statement.