Former Houston hand surgeon estate auction begins

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HOUSTON, TX– You may remember the former Houston hand doctor, Michael G. Brown, you know, the guy who strangled two flight attendants on his way to London and battled countless scandals related to his behavior. One which included a conviction for domestic abuse. All resulted in him losing his license and put him in a downward spiral towards eventual suicide this past November.

Well, if you ever wondered what kind of stuff this guy had in his house, this is the month to find out.

Auctioneer, Billy Webster says that “today is the first auction of Michael Brown, this is going to be all his antiques, his jewelry, all his collectibles and more of his artwork and stuff. This will be the first auction of four.  The third auction will be the 97 guns, his restaurant equipment, his custom BBQ trailer and the last auction will be the last of his collectibles, his boot collection and all his suits and clothing.”

So, if you’re still trying to fill that empty house, or just expand your private collection, they’ll be auctioning Doc. Brown’s stuff the next few Sunday’s in the month of January.  Get it before it’s all gone!

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