2011 – Michael Jackson’s house contents fetch upwards of $1 million on This Day in Rock Music History.

2011 – Michael Jackson’s house contents fetch upwards of $1 million on This Day in Rock Music History. Just a month after Dr. Conrad Murray was convicted of involuntary manslaughter for Michael’s death by drug overdose, collectors rampaged the nearly 500 items from Jackson’s home that he rented in Los Angeles while preparing for his comeback Tour in London.

The  Beverly Hills gallery of Julien’s Auctions were filled to capacity, which included lots of paintings, furniture, Victorian Bedroom, 18th century french clock and ornaments. A pottery rooster holding a chalkboard with a note from Jackson’s children — Prince, Paris and Blanket — sold for $5,000.

 

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