LOS ANGELES – Christian Audigier will not transform Michael Jackson's former home into a public space.
Michele Elyzabeth, a spokeswoman for the Ed Hardy clothing founder, said Audigier would move into the sprawling Holmby Hills mansion at the end of Jackson's lease on Dec. 15.
He also said that Audigier had no plans to turn the rental property where the King of Pop collapsed and later died into a public space.
The estate is owned by Ed Hardy CEO Hubert Guez.
Jackson was entombed Thursday night at the Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale, Calif.