The syringe that took Michael Jackson's life is reportedly being shopped around Las Vegas auction houses and is expected to sell for around $5 million dollars. So creepy!
The syringe was reportedly illegally attained so the Jackson family is desperate to get it back before it's sold.
A source told The Mirror: "This is one of the sickest lots ever put up. The syringe is no longer needed in the inquest or in Murray’s forthcoming trial but the moral implications don't bear thinking about.
The source added, "The guy who has possession of the needle has been in meetings with his legal team, making sure it is legitimate and his to sell. The plan is to flog it for up to $5 million in a big Vegas casino but he's been told he may have to sell it somewhere that doesn't have 'reciprocal legal agreements with the United States', such as Brazil or even Libya.
"The validity of the sale is a matter of interpretation, dependent on whether the DA believes a crime has even been committed. Rumors are leaking thick and fast and the Jackson family are aware of the auction plan. They are furious and incensed that someone is yet again trying to profit from him. It's an incredibly distressing time for them."
Conrad Murray has already been charged with involuntary manslaughter after he administered drugs such as Valium, lorazepam and propofol to Michael.
This is truly disgusting and absolutely immoral. We hope the seller gets caught!