In a column in the Las Vegas Review Journal, it has been reported that Mr Joseph Jackson has contacted Julien’s Auctions, who are due to auction some of Michael’s personal belongings, along with furniture he ordered from Combustile for the home he was to use during his O2 London concerts. After Michael died, Combustile asked Julien’s to sell the items on their behalf.
According to the report, Julien’s claim, Mr Joseph Jackson’s assistant called Juliens and asked “Do you want me to support your auction? I’ll cause you problems if you don’t.” Juliens said that Mr Jackson wanted to be paid for his support, so they refused his offer and then claim an hour or two later he posted online that they had stolen Michael’s items.
Mr Julien added; “I consider it an honour he’s against us, because I wouldn’t want to be involved in anything he’s for.”