The King of Pop died nearly a half-billion dollars in debt — but he squirreled away quite a lucrative legacy.
A lifetime of Michael Jackson’s most treasured possessions are gathering dust inside five massive California warehouses, each one about 20,000 square feet.
Among the items is the sequined glove he wore on the “Billie Jean” tour, worth an estimated $80,000.
The storage spaces are chock-full of Jackson memorabilia — including a 1983 Grammy for best vocals on “Billie Jean” — and private gifts from celebrity friends, according to “60 Minutes,” which will air its private tour of one warehouse Sunday.
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