That Doesn’t Sound Like Regret: Kobe’s Parents Apologize For Trying To Sell His Memorabilia — But Still Put Some Items Up For Auction
Dang, it looks like Kobe Bryant reached a settlement with his parents and Goldin Auctions regarding the selling of his memorabilia.
The settlement came with less than a week before Bryant and the auction house were supposed to go to trial, according to an ESPN report.
But it looks like Ma and Pa Bryant will get some merchandise to sell. Basically, less than 10 percent of the items that were initially intended for sale will ultimately be put up for auction. On top of that, Bryant’s parents issued an apology over the entire situation.
“We regret our actions and statements related to the Kobe Bryant auction memorabilia,” said Joe and Pamela Bryant in the statement, provided by a publicist. “We apologize for any misunderstanding and unintended pain we have caused our son and appreciate the financial support he has provided over the years. We also apologize to Goldin Auctions for their inadvertent involvement in this matter and thank them for their assistance.”
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