Some of Kobe Bryant's memorabilia was just sold. (Facebook/Kobe)
The the drama between Kobe Bryant and his mother, Pamela Bryant, regarding a lawsuit about auctioning off his memorabilia without his permission finally come to an end Saturday morning.
Initially, Kobe tweeted that he was hurt by what his mothers actions.
When u give Give GIVE and they take Take TAKE at wat point do u draw a line in the sand? #hurtbeyondmeasure #gavemenowarning #love?
— Kobe Bryant (@kobebryant) May 4, 2013
Bryant had filed a lawsuit against his mother stating that she had no right in selling his items. Eventually a settlement was reached allowing 6 items to be auctioned. Pamela Bryant made nearly $450,000 off of his son’s memorabilia.
Two duplicates of Kobe’s 2000 Los Angeles Lakers championship ring sold. The first was a costumed made ring for his father, Joe Bryant, and sold for $174,184. The ring that was costumed made for his mother Pam, went for $108,153.
Other items, included Bryant’s 2000 NBA All-Star ring that sold for $55,597, and two of his game-used high school uniforms that went for $50,150 and $41,694.
Bryant had not comment on the sale but Goldin Auctions is donating $62,565 to The Bully Project, a Bryant supported charity.