Storage Wars star reaches a deal with Vanessa Bryant to sell a troop of Kobe’s personal items including jerseys and sneakers found in an abandoned unit that sells for just $ 375
- One of the artists of ‘Storage Wars’, René Nezhoda, has claimed that Kobe Bryant’s treasure of personal memory in a storage unit
- This unit was auctioned to a buyer for $ 375 and then sold to Nejoda for $ 13K.
- Now Nezhoda said he thinks they can sell everything – including 35 pairs of sneakers, practice jerseys and a fur coat – at three times the price
- Bryant, who turned 42 on Sunday, along with his 12-year-old daughter Xianna and seven others, died in a helicopter crash in California in January.
- Nejoda Bryant’s widow approaches Vanessa to see if she wants any children’s jerseys or sneakers that possibly belong to her four daughters
A cast member of A&E’s Storage Wars, which hands over the treasure of personal memories of Kobe Bryant, has transferred most of the belongings of the Lakers’ widow, Vanessa Bryant, as part of a top-secret deal.
After the unit sold at a recent auction for $ 375, René Nezoda bought 35 pairs of sneakers that belonged to his stylist, an all-access badge labeled with his nickname ‘Mamba’, and for $ 13,000. More items for.
But representatives of Vanessa Bryant made contact with Nejoda after learning about the unit and managed to obtain most of the items for an undisclosed sum.
‘Everything has been worked on. Thursday told TMZ that several personal items, worn items and paperwork were sold directly to the Bryant family.
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Rene Nezhoda, who regularly appears on the A&E reality show Storage Wars, wearing a fur coat and jersey, which belonged to Kobe Bryant in August
The storage unit had 35 pairs of sneakers previously owned by Bryant’s stylist
Vanessa Bryant has bought back several items related to her late husband Kobe Bryant
The deal was allegedly not about making a profit, but rather that Bryant was getting the items properly from the abandoned store locker back.
Kobe and 13-year-old daughter Gigi Bryant died in January, leaving Vanessa and her three children behind.
The storage unit apparently included practice gear, tax returns, and even a mink coat from the photo shoot.
According to someone close to the deal Nezhoda was able to keep some items that Kobe did not wear.
Nezhoda is reportedly planning to sell those pieces for profit.
Nezhoda had previously claimed that the unit was that of Bryant’s former stylist Derek Roshe. However, a spokesman for Roshe told the Daily Mail that his client had nothing to do with the unit. It is not clear who owned the unit before going up for auction.
Speaking with the Daily Mail in August, Nezhoda said that he was in contact with lawyers for the Bryant family. Nezhoda said that she is returning some items to Bryant’s widow Vanessa at her request.
The TV star’s deal saw him turning his hand to items worn by Kobe Bryant, but could keep items that were not personal
Nezhoda plans to profit from the items she was allowed to keep but the deal with Vanessa was about returning the pieces in a proper manner.
Kobe Bryan (center) along with his 13-year-old daughter Xianna (far left) and seven others died in a helicopter crash along the California coast in January. He was featured with Vanessa Bryant on 17 December
In addition to a pending pass reading ‘Mamba,’ Bryant’s surname, tax documents of the Lakers legend were also revealed in the storage unit.
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‘Storage Wars’ usually focuses on the auction of mysterious storage lockers, which go up for sale when the owners stop paying their bills. Nezhoda said earlier that it expects to triple its investment.
Nezhoda said that in August she was in contact with Vanessa about whether she would like to wear a children’s jersey and the sneakers returned her for four daughters.
Nezhoda said that the unit he was negotiating to purchase had more items than that.
Nezhoda wrote on YouTube, “2 huge wardrobe boxes that we did not see that they had more stuff in the bottom half of the bed.”
‘Some items include several pairs of Sean John Sunglasses who were probably directly with her as she works for Bad Boy Entertainment, 5 pieces of Kobe Worms have been used, more pair shoes, another nice fur jacket, Versace Shoes are owned and used by LITTLE KIM SUPER BLING BLOOK LOOKING and a bunch of brand new designer clothes and more! ‘
However Nezhoda said that the seller has ‘raised his asking price for that item to $ 26,000, so we’ll see if we can get a deal.’