Jacko’s manager wants to display star’s personal memorabiliaBy ANI
Monday, July 6, 2009
WASHINGTON - Late King of Pop Michael Jackson’s physician/manager has revealed that he would like the star’s personal memorabilia collection to go on display to the public.
Dr. Tohme Tohme, who acted as Jackson’s business manager and spokesman in the months before his death, wants the items to be displayed at Neverland ranch.
Tohme had also ordered the removal of Jacko’s belongings from his Los Angeles home shortly after his tragic passing last week, and they include trophies, costumes and awards.
The items have been placed in storage until a decision is made about their fate, and Tohme is pushing the Jackson family to allow the items to be exhibited at the star’s former home in Santa Barbara, California.
His reason for wanting the items to be displayed is because he believes fans should be given the chance to see them.
“All his stuff is in storage and I am in control of it. It is Michael Jackson’s items and memorabilia and awards and hopefully we will put it on display in Neverland or whatever the family decide to do with it,” Contactmusic quoted him as saying. (ANI)