Madonna is making headlines yet again. Earlier this week, the superstar chose to file a request to stop an auction from selling something precious to her. The item in question, a breakup letter from the late Tupac Shakur. Other items that she wants out of the sale are underwear, an old checkbook, a hairbrush, and personal photos. Also a to one of her ex’s, John Enos. The letter is expected to fetch a pretty penny because inside she calls Whitney Houston and Sharon Stone “horribly mediocre.”
The website, Gotta Have It Collectibles, has removed several of the singer’s items from their list. The letters are no longer available. The auction opens today, July 19, 2017, and will have over 100 items that once belonged to the songstress. Most of the trinkets in the auction were from Madonna’s ex-personal assistant, Darlene Lutz.
Superstar Madonna Claims That Her Trust Was Taken For Granted
A spokesman for the auction house told reporters that Madonna’s actions are meritless. They believe that since the items belong to Lutz, therefore, it is legal for her to sell them. The spokesman also said that the auction house believes that Madonna is trying to ruin their reputation and Lut’z reputation as well. They are confident that the items that Madonna did not want to the sale will be up for sale shortly.
In court documents, it states that Madonna had no recollection that any of these items were on their way to auction. She only found out after reading reports of the auction coming up. Darlene Lutz was a friend of the singer as well. In papers from the court, it states that Madonna feels as though her trust was taken for granted. Her possessions were taken without her knowing.
Either way, it’s not looking as though those “high” profit items will be available through the auction site. The owners of the site did say that they hope after this matter is cleared, that they will be able to continue to sell the items.