Source: Elizabeth Chuck / NBC News
If you like Michael Jackson and Bruce Lee memorabilia, fur capes and sheer mink jackets, the U.S. Marshals Service has the auction for you.
Starting Tuesday, collectibles belonging to disgraced Rep. Jesse Jackson, Jr. will be sold to the highest bidder to help him repay the $750,000 in campaign funds that he illegally spent on personal items.
The dozen or so items, which are being sold online through the auction house Gaston & Sheehan at txauction.com, demonstrate the Chicago Democrat’s interest in pop culture — demonstrated by his numerous framed, matted and signed photos and albums, including Michael Jackson’s “Blood on the Dance Floor” — and a taste for the extravagant.
Two mink-lined cashmere capes are up for auction, as well as a fur, mink-hooded parka. A woman’s mink black jacket with silver fox sleeves is in the mix, too.
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