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Michael Jackson’s Bed Off Auction

(Photo by Dave Hogan/Getty Images)
(Photo by Dave Hogan/Getty Images)

Recently the bed that Jackson died on was apparently on auction has now been removed.  The Jackson family asked that it be removed and not to be sold.  The Louis XV style bed was going for about $3,000-$5,000 dollars. 

The auction house Julien’s said they respect the family’s decision to remove it from the auction and would never want to hurt or damage the family in anyway.  

Even though the bed is not being auctioned there are still many items of Jackson’s that will be up for auction.  The auction is set to begin on December 17th.

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