Kobe Bryant's mom not allowed to auction athlete's memoribilia - judge
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- It was a win in court for Lakers star Kobe Bryant as he fights to hold on to memorabilia his mother wants to put up for auction.
A federal judge has ruled an auction house cannot sell or dispose of the items offered by the NBA star's mother, Pamela Bryant, while courts sort out where the case should be decided.
Pamela claims her son gave her permission to do what she wanted with his old things, including practice gear and jerseys. But Kobe says that's not so.
The auction house appraised Kobe's belongings at $1.5 million and already gave his mother a $450,000 advance.
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