Back in February, Jesse Jackson Jr. was charged with spending approximately $750,000 of his donors' money on a shitload of luxury purchases for personal use. Some of the most ridiculous items included a $43,000 Rolex, $5,000 worth of fur capes and parkas, and $28,000 of Michael Jackson memorabilia, including the King of Pop's fedora. 

Starting today, the U.S. Marshalls Service will be auctioning off 13 of the former Congressman's 3,100 personal purchases that were made with donor money. So if you're trying to layer in a very luxe manner this fall, you can snag a cashmere cape with mink trimming or a mink jacket with silver fox sleeves for pennies on the dollar.

But if stunting like Andre Leon Talley isn't your thing, these would of course make for incredibly opulent holiday gifts for that special cape-wearer in your life. Oh, and did we mention the $10,000 of Bruce Lee memorabilia? Head to the auction to try and make a winning bid. No word yet on that 43 rack Rollie.

[via Gawker]