MJ’s lawyer slams estate administrators for selling ‘children’s legacy’

August 28th, 2010 - 6:03 pm ICT by ANI  

Michael Jackson London, Aug 28 (ANI): Late King of Pop Michael Jackson’s lawyer has slammed the administrators of his property for selling his children’s legacy.

Crystal-studded gloves and socks, a set of Jackson 5 costumes and other items from the Thriller star’s career were displayed in Tokyo ahead of their auction in Macau later this year, reports the Daily Star.

Jacko family lawyer Brian 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,” he added.

Oxman claimed that estate owners Colony Capital first put up the goods for auction.

Before his death, Jackson managed to prevent the sale but when he died they still had all the property.

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,” he added. (ANI)

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