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MJ's Death House

3/26/2012 5:00 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

The first prospective buyer who came to look at the house where Michael Jackson died was singer Robbie Williams ... and who knew he was so loaded?

Our spies saw Robbie roll up to the house Thursday afternoon in his Range Rover.

The house was just listed -- again -- this time the asking price is $23.9 million.

We know anyone who looks at the estate has to pre-qualify ... meaning they have to show they can afford the steep purchase price.

As for Robbie, a London newspaper estimates his 2011 net worth at $149 mil. Robbie currently owns a home in the Beverly Hills area -- he paid $16 mil back in 2008. And he bought a house down the street and uses the land as a soccer field. Now that's rich.

As for the Holmby Hills estate -- Michael was renting it from Hubert Guez, the CFO of Ed Hardy. The house is 17,000 square feet, with 7 bedrooms and 13 bathrooms.

As for whether Robbie is interested in making an offer ... his rep had no comment.



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"This is wonderful. A group of fans started this group to raise funds to build a childrens home in Liberia in Michael's memory. They have come a long ways in achieving this goal. This was what he was all about. I really believe he would be so proud of this. Check their website out"

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That book is not worth hundreds because of its contents, but because there were only a limited amount printed before it was pulled off store shelves due to civil litigation pending against Victor Gutierrez by Michael Jackson.

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Oh, and Michael Jackson won the slander suit against Victor Gutierrez in which Gutierrez was ordered to pay Michael Jackson the amount of $2.7 million dollars.

Needless to say Guitierrez then filed bankruptcy and fled to Mexico.

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duidumdum aka UnWell

The book is out of print. That means no new ones can be printed.

Grow a brain why don't you.....

932 days ago


Whatever TWIT

The book was pulled. No new hardcopies can be printed.

Don't think I mentioned anything in regards to copies found on Kindle.

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Correction, the book was NEVER published in the USA because of the law suit.

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You really are a TWIT aren't you?

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