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MICHAEL Jackson will be “turning in his grave” at the multi-million-pound sale of memorabilia he wanted his kids to have.
Jacko family lawyer Brian Oxman slammed administrators of the singer’s estate for selling off his “children’s legacy”.
Crystal-studded gloves and socks, a set of Jackson 5 costumes and other items from the Thriller star’s career went on display in Tokyo this week ahead of their auction in Macau later this year.
But last night friends of the pop legend revealed the plan went against assurances he had been given before his death last June, aged 50, that the sale would not go ahead.
Mr Oxman said: “This is an outrage. Back in May of 2009 there was to be an auction. Michael demanded it was stopped.
“He never wanted this material to be auctioned.”
Mr Oxman claims the goods were first put up for auction by estate owners Colony Capital.
Before his death, Jackson managed to prevent the sale by paying the auction house a reported £5million, but when he
died they still had all the property.
Mr Oxman said: “As soon as Michael Jackson was dead, Julien’s Auctions was negotiating again with estate representatives.
“That was the very auction that Michael Jackson paid a lot of money to stop.
“He would be furious. He would be turning in his grave.
“This was to be his legacy to his children, and the legacy of his children is being sold off.”
Darren Julien, chief executive of Julien’s Auctions, said: “It’s the best collection of Michael Jackson items that we’ve
ever assembled and it all came to us from his family and from the friends he gave them to.’’
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