Gotta Have Rock and Roll wins battle over Madonna's Tupac breakup letter

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A letter from Tupac to Madonna along with several other of the Material Girl’s personal items can be sold at auction

Last year Madonna obtained a temporary injunction to block the sale of her one-time possessions - which also included an old hairbrush complete with hair and a pair of the star's trousers - which had been put up for sale by her former friend Darlene Lutz. "Yet before this auction began, the plaintiff did not make any demand to return her possessions".

The pop star claimed she didn't realize the items were gone until online auctioneer Gotta Have It! "I never meant to hurt you". Collectibles last July (2017) to put a number of the singer's old items, including a note sent to Madonna by her ex-boyfriend, the late Tupac, up for sale.

Madonna too just recently made a revelation about her secret affair with Tupac. While there's little to no evidence of their love affair, there is a break-up letter that Tupac wrote to Madge that's about to hit the auction block despite efforts from Madonna to keep that from happening. In the handwritten letter included in the auction, obtained by TMZ and dated 15 January 1995, the rapper says that his image would suffer from him dating a white woman.

The letter, which can be read in part here, contained musings from the late rap legend about the circumstances of the once power couple's breakup. She won a temporary stay blocking the auction last summer. Additionally, she called some of these items "highly confidential and embarrassing".

As the Telegraph reports, New York Judge Gerald Lebovits has now agreed with Ms Lutz in a ruling that states that all legal disputes between the pair were settled in 2004.

"We did substantial due diligence when we took all the Madonna items for auction", the Gotta Have Rock And Roll auction house confirmed in a statement. Now, a judge has ruled that it will remain available for purchase, despite Madonna's objections.

Lawyer for the auction house, Jeffrey Haas, added: "I was confident in our case and that Madonna's lawsuit was frivolous".

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