WASHINGTON, D.C. - The U.S. Marshals Service is selling more than a dozen items recovered from Jesse Jackson, Jr.'s fraud conspiracy case.
Online auctions will begin Tuesday and end Sept. 26. Some of the items for sale include fur coats and capes, as well as memorabilia of Michael Jackson, Eddie Van Halen, and Bruce Lee.
Proceeds from the sale will be subtracted from the $750,000 judgment against Jackson that was filed in federal court back in August.
Jackson pleaded guilty in February for conspiring to defraud his re-election campaigns of about $750,000. He used them to pay for personal items and expenses. The scheme last seven years from 2005-2012.
Jackson was sentenced to 30 months in prison. The U.S. Marshals is the same group that sold off many of former Dixon Comptroller Rita Crundwell's possessions.