Lawyers for Michael Jackson have dropped a law suit that attempted to block an auction of Jackson's personal belongings and other Jackson family items.
Jackson didn't appear in a Las Vegas court on Friday, where his lawyer told a judge that a confidential agreement had been reached with representatives of an auctioneer, the current owner of the materials, and a New Jersey man who claimed a warehouse full of Jackson memorabilia after a failed business venture wound up in bankruptcy court.
Gregory Cross, a lawyer for Jackson, told Clark County District Court Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez:
"The matter's been resolved."
Lawyers declined to describe terms of the agreement.