Report: Jesse Jackson Jr. writing a memoir


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“He has nothing else to do right now,” a source told the Tribune. “He is desperately trying to change the narrative of his life story.”

Jackson will be sentenced on June 28, according to the Tribune, after spending campaign money on personal items like a Rolex watch, two stuffed elk heads, and Micheal Jackson’s fedora. Jackson’s wife, Sandi Jackson, also pleaded guilty to separate charges of filing false tax returns.

Jackson took a medical leave from Congress in the summer of 2012 for treatment for bipolar disorder, and resigned in November.