Madonna court order to stop the auction of Tupac letter

Madonna is trying to stop the auction of the letter that she received from Tupac and other very private belongs, because these items has been illegally stolen from her.

Madonna sought an emergency court order today barring an auction house from putting an array of her personal memorabilia up for sale.

In this order she confirmed that Tupac Shakir has been her boyfriend. Furthermore, she accuses her former friend Defendant Lutz to have stolen her belongings betraying her trust.

Madonna declared that she became aware of the auction on July 8, and she thought that she was still in posses of this stuff.

“I became aware through media reports that there was a planned auction of extremely personal, private correspondence I received from a former boyfriend, the late recording artist and actor Tupac Shakur,” Madonna said.

“I was shocked to learn of the planned auctioning of the Shakur Letter, as I had no idea that the Shakur Letter was no longer in my possession. I have never sold, gifted, transferred or otherwise disposed of the Shakur Letter.”

“It seems obvious that Defendant Lutz betrayed my trust in an outrageous effort to obtain my possessions without my knowledge or consent and now attempts to profit by auctioning off my personal belongings and private communications to the general public in complete disregard of my rights, especially my right to privacy,” Madonna said.