Scribbled Jackson Note Sells At Auction

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December 23, 2010 | 2:25pm EST

A note purportedly handwritten by the late Michael Jackson has sold at auction for more than $3,000.
The memo, scrawled down on his dermatologist Dr. Arnold Klein’s personal stationary, was allegedly found by staff at Jackson’s Holmby Hills, California mansion days after the singer’s June 2009 passing.

The scribbled message references the King of Pop’s doomed This Is It concert extravaganza in London and states, “One year in London 3? International # 1 2 3 4 5 albums and single.”

It goes on to detail a list of things to do: “Talk to digital people, Universal, Warner… make huge $.”

The piece of paper was sold on eBay.com and bidding closed at $3,075 on Thursday morning.

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