The King of Pop gets to keep his stuff now that the tussle between pop star Michael Jackson and the Los Angeles auction house trying to sell his possessions has finally ended.


Julien's Auctions, which had planned to auction off more than 2,000 items that once adorned the singer's lavish home, announced Tuesday that the company has reached a deal with Jackson's representatives that will allow the singer to retain possession of the items.


Jackson's production company had filed a lawsuit last month in Los Angeles Superior Court attempting to block the sale, which was slated from April 22 to April 25, saying Julien's Auctions had not allowed Jackson to review the catalog as promised.


The auction house had been working with the singer's representatives since last summer to remove and catalog the costumes, furniture, art work and other memorabilia that filled Neverland Ranch, Jackson's 2,700-acre former home in Santa Barbara County.

It's unclear what the singer will do with his possessions.

Julien's Auctions began a public exhibition of the items on Tuesday that will run through April 25 in Beverly Hills.

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