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The news that the U.S. Marshalls might seize and then sell the $2 million Wu-Tang album is responsible for what is probably the best, most insane title ever on CelebZen.
According to the latest rumors, the U.S. Marshalls Service might actually end up owning the one-of-a-kind album by Wu-Tang that Martin Shkreli paid $2 million for before he got arrested for security fraud. Namely, if the investigation discovers that some of those $65 million paid for the album, the Marshalls can seize the album.
As with all of the seized property, they might even end up auctioning it off, giving you the opportunity to purchase it (if you have $2 million on you, of course). The only obstacle will be the fact that Shkreli has non-transferable rights to the album, according to the purchase contract.