NBA star Kobe Bryant is in a bitter feud with his mother over ownership of memorabilia worth more than $1.5 million. He's locked in a he-said, she-said dispute about whether he gave the items to his mother or not. Family members are split down the middle about who is telling the truth and who is lying.
Kobe's mother, Pamela Bryant, signed a consignment agreement with Goldin Auctions, in New Jersey. In doing so, Pamela gave permission to sell more than 100 items from Kobe's childhood, including his high school game-worn uniforms, NBA championship rings, and high school Varsity letters. Goldin Auctions, a noted sports memorabilia auctioneer, advanced $450,000 to Pamela, which she used to purchase a house.
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