Kobe Bryant Treasures Found in Storage Locker, Scooped Up By ‘Storage Wars’ Pro
A storage locker treasure hunter hit the JACKPOT – finding an abandoned unit filled with Kobe bryant treasures … and now one of the stars of “Storage Wars” is involved.
Here’s the deal … just like at the show, storage units are auctioned off if the owner stops paying the bills.
In this case, the locker was in the Los Angeles area – bidders got only a brief glimpse of what was inside – and then the auction began. The person who scored the unit won with a bid of $ 375.
It only took a few moments to realize that the things inside belonged to Kobe Bryant.
Here’s the breakdown of the score – 35 pairs of shoes, jerseys, Lakers training gear, a Lakers full access badge that says, “Mamba,” the tax paperwork and the resistance piece … a mink coat (we’re told there are pictures of Kobe wearing the coat!).
The material – when properly authenticated – is probably worth a fortune!
The buyer immediately called the “Storage Wars” star René Nezhoda – who has experience finding buyers for high-end storage treasures – and René purchased all of the content for $ 13,000.
René tells us … the items will NOT end up on “Storage Wars” as they are not running the show due to the pandemic. Instead, René plans to sell the items through a reputable auction house.
It’s also a timely score for René … Kobe’s birthday was Sunday, and today is Mamba Day – 08/24.
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