The Material Girl’s refusal to express herself on camera could land her in hot water.
Lawyers facing off against Madonna in a lawsuit over the auctioning of “highly personal items,” said Friday Her Madgesty violated court rules when she called off a videographer during a sworn statement.
Madonna sued Gotta Have It! online auction house in July, barring bidding of her private items.
The 58-year-old singer filed the suit in January asking a judge to stop former friend Darlene Lutz and auction company Gotta Have It! Collectibles Inc., from selling the goods — including a letter from late rapper Tupac Shakur and a pair of worn panties. She won a temporary order barring bidding in July.
Lutz’s lawyer, Judd Grossman, is calling for Madonna to be sanctioned by Manhattan Supreme Court Judge Gerald Lebovits.
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“(T)he Rules are not optional — even for celebrities — and when they are broken, there must be consequences,” Grossman wrote to Lebovits.