Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant is trying to stop his mother from selling off memorabilia from earlier in his career.
After Bryant's lawyers ordered New Jersey-based Goldin Auctions to cease-and-desist selling off the items, the online auction house filed a lawsuit against Bryant, according to CSN Philly.
Pamela Bryant sold the items to Goldin Auctions.
Kobe Bryant claims that his mother does not have the right to sell the items, but she contends in the lawsuit that he told her years ago that he does not want them.
The items include several of his high school uniforms, NBA championship rings and many other collectibles.
Pamela Bryant wants to auction off the items to buy a house, according to the lawsuit.