Michael Jackson's sunglasses to auction for charity
A pair of Michael Jackson's sunglasses from his Dangerous World Tour are being auctioned for charity.
The sunglasses are being sold by Omer Bhatti who first met Michael Jackson at age 11 and shortly after moved into the singers Neverland Ranch along with his family where they stayed for the next 9 years.
Bhatti has decided to auction the sunglasses for the Sunnaas Rehabilitation Hospital in Norway who looked after his mother after she suffered a stroke when Bhatti was 15.
Very few of Jackson's personal belongings are ever put on sale as the Jackson family has a policy not to sell any of the singers private posessions. However, the family have given Bhatti their blessing and are ultimately supportive of teh cause.
The sunglasses are being sold through the Snapsale App where they are currently at $1000.
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