Kobe Bryant’s Mother Makes Nearly $500k from Kobe’s Memorabilia

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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.

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.

Lizette Ramirez is a Staff Reporter for Living Out Loud - LA, covering lifestyle, entertainment and sports. Follow her on Twitter: @LizetteRamirez
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