Michael Jackson Glove Up for Auction
Michael Jackson's signature glove is up for auction for by Juliens Auction House, according to postchronicle.com. The glove was scheduled to be auctioned along with 2,000 other MJ memorabilia in Beverly Hills, with the items removed from the pop icon's Neverland Ranch.
The auction was soon called off after a dispute with MJJ productions which sued Julien's auction house claiming that the items were never authorized for sale. All of the items were later returned to the Neverland Ranch.
Julien's actually had an exhibition up of the Pop King's belongings that was supposed to lead up to the big auction next week. The exhibition will remain open to the public, however, Jackson will be getting his belongings back.
However, MJ's glove is scheduled to be auctioned by Julien again, with the proceeds donated to charity. The auction is set to take place on November 21 at the Hard Rock Cafe in Times Square, New York.
Proceeds from the sale will go towards MusiCares, an organisation that helps musicians struggling with substance abuse.