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The syringe that administered the fatal drugs to Michael Jackson is set to be auctioned.
It is thought his siblings Janet and Tito were told about the sick stunt by lawyers representing the unnamed seller and the outraged family are desperate to stop the sale.
The needle is being touted around auction houses in Vegas with a price of up to $5million (£3.3million).
It was obtained secretly and could go under the hammer on June 25 – the first anniversary of the 50-year-old singer’s death in Los Angeles.
His personal doctor, Conrad Murray, 57, has been charged with involuntary manslaughter and is set to face trial this year.
A source said: “This is one of the sickest lots ever put up. The syringe is no longer needed in the inquest or in Murray’s forthcoming trial but the moral implications don’t bear thinking about.