Jackson assets to be auctioned for outstanding tax

By Drum Digital
21 November 2013

Murdered strip club owner Lolly Jackson's widow is auctioning some of his assets to help pay his outstanding R100 million tax bill, The Star reported on Thursday.

A Porsche 911 Turbo 930, two jet skis and a trailer, four motorbikes -- a Suzuki GSX-R1000, an Aprilia RS125 and an Aprilia RSV and a Ducati 916 SPS -- a quad bike and an overland quad, were among the items that would be reportedly be auctioned next Thursday.

Jackson's widow Demi told The Star that she was auctioning the items because "the stuff ... is gathering dust and I don't want it to get damaged".

She said her husband's estate had not been finalised because of tax issues.

Jackson, the owner of the Teazers franchise of strip clubs, was shot dead at a house in Edleen near

OR Tambo International Airport on May 3, 2010.

Demi said she wanted Jackson's alleged killed George Luca to return to South Africa and "tell the truth".

Luca is fighting extradition back to South Africa in Cyprus, where he fled after Jackson's death.


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