In the interest of avoiding further legal action, Michael Jackson has returned a variety of items worth close to $130,000 to the Los Angeles-based Mayfair Gallery. The Mayfair sued Jackson last November, claiming that the popstar failed to pay for items including: a pair of 13-branch malachite candelabras priced at $45,000; a Louis XVI-style clock to the tune of $30,000; and a pair of lapis tables "with bronze woman" for a bargain $23,000.
What this story doesn’t tell you is all the stuff Michael didn’t return. What about the “erotic nude” photos of Marlon Brando? The anatomically-correct Macaulay Culkin blow-up doll? The set of bowling pins made entirely of plasticine midgets? I don’t think we’ve even scratched the surface here.