[b]Michael Jackson Sues New Jersey Man For Memorabilia[/b] POSTED: 10:51 am PST March 23, 2004 UPDATED: 11:05 am PST March 23, 2004 LOS ANGELES — Michael Jackson is suing a New Jersey man who sold off hundreds of possessions once belonging to the pop star and his family. The lawsuit, filed in federal court in Los Angeles Monday, seeks to pull the plug on a pay-per-view Web site created by Henry Vaccaro. Surfers could view photos of gold-trimmed costumes, metal-studded shinguards and other memorabilia belonging to the pop icon and his family that the one-time business associate acquired through a legal proceeding. The massive collection includes a sketch of a boy, celebrity letters and music awards. Jackson is demanding his things back, but Vaccaro already sold the goods to a European buyer. The collection filled a 6,000-square-foot warehouse in Asbury Park. :nav Source: http://www.nbc4.tv/entertainment/2943460/detail.html

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