Former Illinois Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. received a forfeiture order from the United States District Court, asking the embattled politician to fork over $750,000 and give up some of his prized possessions.
Jackson Jr. has to cough up a wide array of items, reports NBC Chicago, including:
$10,000 worth of Bruce Lee memorabilia
$5,000 football signed by American presidents
$15,000 worth of Dr. Martin Luther King memorabilia
$18,000 worth in Michael Jackson souvenirs (including two of his MJ’s hats)
$4,000 guitar signed by Michael Jackson and Eddie Van Halen
$2.775 worth of Jim Hendrix memorabilia
$2,200 worth of Malcolm X souvenirs
$5,000 worth of furs
So far, Jackson Jr. has forfeited 13 items including some of the Bruce Lee and Michael Jackson memorabilia. NBC Chicago also reports he has handed over, a mink cashmere cape, a black and red cashmere cape, a black fox coat and a mink parka.
He was sentenced to 2½ years in federal prison on August 22, 2013 for using $750,000 in campaign funds for personal use.