Jacko To Auction Neverland Stuff

portrait-of-michael-jacks-001Four years after his child molestation trial, the debt-ridden King of Pop, aka Michael Jackson, appears to be purging his memory of the troubled period via fire sale: Jackson will auction off more than 2,000 belongings from his famous Neverland Ranch—to which he never returned after the trial—to the public this April in Beverly Hills. Collectors can bid on any number of Jackson’s bronze statues, suits of armor, or Renaissance-era paintings, as well as more personal items like the fedora Jackson wore in the video for “Billie Jean,” his ruby-studded gloves, and a pair of pants “so studded with diamanté that they feel as heavy as chain mail.” Anyone need a pair of rhinestone socks?

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