If you are in the market for a pink coat with mink trim, a signed Bruce Lee photograph or several pieces of signed Michael Jackson memorabilia previously owned by disgraced congressman Jesse Jackson Jr., you are in luck!
The U.S. Marshals Service has put up some of Jackson’s pricey and bizarre property up for sale in an online auction beginning Tuesday. Jackson was charged with illegally spending $750,000 in campaign funds earlier this year and the auction is meant to pay back his debt to society, the Associated Press reports.
Among the items for sale are several ladies’ mink jackets and a pink cashmere mink cape. The most expensive item in the auction is a signed, framed, 8 x 10 photo of Bruce Lee from “Fists of Fury,” which starts at $350.
There are also several pieces of Michael Jackson memorabilia, including an autographed poster commemorating the 25th anniversary of “Thriller,” an autographed splash symbol and a framed and signed “They Don’t Care About Us” record.
In addition to paying back the $750,000 in misused campaign funds, Jackson was sentenced to two-and-a-half years in jail.