Personal items from Michael Jackson’s LA home to be auctioned off

Haul includes late singer's bathroom mirror and notes from his children

Personal items from the LA home Michael Jackson died in are being auctioned off.

The haul, which includes messages from his children, a carved dining table and a Victorian grand piano, are being sold off in a mock up version of the late singer’s mansion.

A blackboard scrawled with his daughter Paris‘ handwriting: “I love daddy, smile it’s for free, love, Paris,” is expected to fetch $400-600 (£257-385) while a candle on which his son Prince carved his name is priced at $100-200 (£64-£129).

Other items set to go under the hammer include an ornate bedroom mirror worth £5,000, on which the late singer wrote: “Train perfection March, April full out May,” in the build up to his planned London comeback gigs, and a shower bench on which Jackson drew a series of stick figures.

But the bed in which the singer died in will not be included in the sale this Saturday (December 17) which will be held by Julien’s Auctions. For more information go to Julien’s Auctions.

Martin Nolan, executive director of the sale, explained to The Guardian:

Michael’s family asked us not to sell that and we have respected their wishes.

Conrad Murray was recently sentenced to four years in jail after he was found guilty of the involuntary manslaughter of Michael Jackson.