About 2,000 items owned by the King of Pop are being taken off the auction block.
The contents of Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch were going to be up for sale at Julien's Auctions in Beverly Hills later this month.
But late today the auction organizer told CNN the sale is called off. Jackson sued the auction company claiming he did not authorize the sale of items removed from Neverland after he sold the property.
The auction house tells us they're “very happy with the settlement.” Fans who still want to see Jackson's goods in person can check out the exhibit in Beverly Hills through April 25th and then the items are returned to Jackson.
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