The dispute between Kobe Bryant and Goldin Auctions over items the auction house believed that it purchased from Bryant’s mother, Pamela Bryant, is settled, reports ABC News.
Goldin Auctions had a lawsuit in motion to sue Kobe Bryant for $450,000, in an attempt to recover the monies it originally gave Pamela Bryant for the right to auction her son’s sports memorabilia.
The online auction, which has been held up for three weeks, will take place from June 17 to July 19.
Bryant’s attorney, Mark D. Campbell of law firm Loeb & Loeb LLP, said Bryant would not comment on the matter but provided a statement to ABC News: ”On behalf of Loeb & Loeb’s client Kobe Bryant, we are pleased to announce that a settlement has been reached in the dispute involving his mother, Pamela Bryant, and Goldin Auctions over the proposed auctioning of Kobe Bryant sports memorabilia. The terms of the settlement are confidential."