Blood-stained IV drip from Michael Jackson's death bed, which may have administered his final fatal dose of drug propofol - is going on sale.
A Las Vegas memorabilia expert hopes to get at least $2,500 for the fluid bag, which was used by MJ and administered by Doctor Conrad Murray in June 2009.
The disturbing item comes from Jackson's cousin Marsha Stewart - and is up for sale as part of an auction of materials from the estate of the star's father, Joe Jackson.
Marsha admits that she took the bag from the King of Pop's bedroom days after his death during a visit with dad Joe. She said the drip had white milk fluid inside that later dissolved.
Marsha claims that the IV is the last one he had in his arm when he died, although it is understood that Los Angeles Police Department detectives removed medical equipment from the crime scene hours after MJ passed away on June 25 2009.
Jackson's doctor Conrad Murray was later convicted of involuntary manslaughter after it was found he gave the star excessive amount of drugs including the surgical anesthetic propofol.
"Shortly after Michael died I went to the house on sunset. I was able to go in and go to the bedroom. When I went in the bedroom there was a bed there with some juice, it looked like a sandwich... and I noticed this. This was over by the stand and what I did was took it and put it in my purse," Marsha said in a video to publicize the sale on YouTube.