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Michael Jackson is suing a New Jersey man for more than $10 million, claiming that he is illegally selling such private Jackson family memorabilia as personal financial documents, medical records, private contracts and Jesus Juice-stained bibs on the Internet. According to court papers obtained by The Smoking Gun, Jacko says Henry Vaccaro obtained the merchandise through a bankruptcy sale involving the entertainer's parents and has no right to sell them.

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Michael Jackson is suing a New Jersey man for more than $10 million, claiming that he is illegally selling such private Jackson family memorabilia as personal financial documents, medical records, private contracts and Jesus Juice-stained bibs on the Internet. According to court papers obtained by The Smoking Gun, Jacko says Henry Vaccaro obtained the merchandise through a bankruptcy sale involving the entertainer's parents and has no right to sell them.