Washington, September 8 (ANI): The California house where Michael Jackson took his last breath will not be turned into a shrine to the star.
French designer Christian Audigier, who recently sealed the deal to buy the Holmby Hills home, has failed in his effort to obtain authorisation to turn the property into a museum.
His spokeswoman Michele Elyzabeth said that local authorities have denied permission to make it a public space, reports Contactmusic.
He will be given the keys to the property in mid-September but he can only use it as a private residence.
Jackson had rented the house from one of Christian’s associates. (ANI)