MJ's Death Bed Will Not Be Available for Auction
It has been reported that the bed on which the legendary Michael Jackson died will not be made available for sale. The decision came soon after the involvement of the Jackson Estate in the matter that has directed the auction house to remove it from the list.
In addition, Julien's Auctions claimed that the mattresses of that particular bed were never entitled for sale and were removed shortly after the death of Michael Jackson. However, it has been notified that the auction scheduled for next month will be performed with rest of the items.
On the other hand, the auction house has claimed that Jackson's production crew had shot the footage of the King of Pop's 1993 concert tour. Further, they notified that it would available shortly for sale in London, probably this month, and anticipated that it can bring a good amount of money, around $6 million.
However, the auction house claimed that the superstar had expressed a bit of disappointment with its quality and offered the single copy to his driver. After the death of MJ, his driver has planned to sell the footage.
While appearing for an interview, the Chief Executive Officer of Fame Bureau, Ted Owen observed the footage as a very personal film that can create an illusion that viewer is on stage with Michael Jackson.
Sources have confirmed that Julien's Auctions has removed the queen-sized headboard from the list of items meant for auction from 100 N. Carolwood Drive, the last residence of Michael Jackson.
On Tuesday, the President of the Company, Darren Julien insisted that the mattress was never available for sale and notified that the auction of furnishings, decoration, art as well as other items of home where Jackson lived with his three children are listed for an auction on December 17.