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Michael Jackson’s cousin auctioning off alleged demise IV drip

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Michael Jackson’s cousin is auctioning off his alleged ultimate IV drip, which she claims delivered the general dose of Propofol that killed him.

Marsha Stewart says she took Jackson’s IV drip – which she claims delivered the dose of Propofol that killed him in 2009 – from his bed room after his demise and he or she is now striking it up on the market.

According to TMZ, Marsha – who’s a niece of Michael’s overdue father Joe Jackson – alleges she noticed the IV bag within the rented Holmby Hills mansion the place Jackson died and there was once a “white milk fluid” within it, which is in line with Propofol and has now dissolved.

She added that she spotted blood at the IV and put it into her bag.

The IV is now being offered thru Memorabilia Expert Auctions in Las Vegas, with a beginning worth of $2 500.

A message at the public sale website online reads that Stewart is promoting: “a Braun medical bag that was leftover from Jackson’s LA Sunset house. According to Stewart, it was obtained from the Michael Jackson estate on Sunset after his death”.

The message continues: “Now, could this be the IV that was used to administer the lethal dose of Propofol to Michael Jackson?

“This IV probably was not the one that was used to administer that dose, however, could more than likely have been, was used during his many treatments with Propofol.

“We believe if this was used as evidence for the trial against the doctor, Joe would not have been able to obtain it.

“However, within Joe’s personal paperwork was the Minute Order 1/25/11 Case No. SA 073164 The People of the State of California vs. Conrad Robert Murray. Attached to the Copy of the Minute Order is the Superior Court of California Central Criminal Operations Debbie Kiger Business Card.”

Conrad Murray, Michael’s non-public doctor, was once discovered responsible of the involuntary manslaughter and served two years of a four-year jail sentence. He was once launched in 2013.