A chalkboard where Jackson's children wrote 'I love daddy' sold for $5,000
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Auction of Michael Jackson's house contents raises £1m

The contents of the house where Michael Jackson lived before he died have sold at a Los Angeles auction for almost $1 million (£646,000).

Some 500 items were for sale from the mansion the singer rented, including furniture, ornaments and paintings.

Among the lots was a pottery rooster holding a chalkboard bearing a note from Jackson's children, which sold for $5,000 (£3,200).

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