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Kobe Bryant's Stuff Won't Be Auctioned, For Now

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Kobe Bryant has had an ongoing beef with both his mom and an auction house in New Jersey after accusing them of putting items of his up for sale that his mom stole from him.

The back and forth has been going on for weeks, with Kobe suing both Pamela Bryant and Goldin Auctions in an attempt to halt the sale of his old jerseys, rings and varsity letters.

And for now, it looks like he's won. TMZ reports that a judge issued a temporary restraining order against Goldin until Monday, when there will be a full hearing.

Pamela has claimed all along that Kobe gave her the items to do with as she wished, and was given a $450,000 advance by Goldin prior to the sale.

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