In response to his bloodsucking mother, Pamela, arranging to peddle $450,000 worth of memorabilia to Goldin Auctions, Los Angeles Lakers icon Kobe Bryant is in court battling to regain the hundreds of items before the June sale occurs.
“I never told my mother that she could have my personal property, let alone consign it for public auction,” wrote Bryant, 34, in a filing Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Camden, New Jersey. “I confronted her about her false statement that I had given my memorabilia to her. I said to her, ‘Mom, you know I never told you that you could have the memorabilia.’ Her response was, ‘Yes, but you never said you wanted it, either.’ Of course, this is untrue, since my wife and I requested that she return my memorabilia several years earlier.”
Recovering from a torn left Achilles tendon suffered in April, the 2008 Most Valuable Player surely has zero desire to fight Pamela Bryant or an auction house.
Unfortunately, some articles are priceless and Pamela has some audacity to swipe Bryant’s “personal property, let alone consign it for public auction.”
Without knowledge of the parasite’s financial situation, Pamela is probably living very comfortably thanks to breeding a 15-time All-Star and five-time capturer of The Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy.
Pamela’s deplorable actions again prove the evils of money and greed.
Dealing with a villainous mother straight out of a Hollywood casting agency, hopefully the “Black Mamba” inflicts a paralyzing bite on Pamela Bryant in a Garden State courtroom.by