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By Steve King
Topic - susie morton
Some of Lucille Ball's love letters and awards will be sold at auction after a judge ruled to block the sale but imposed a hurdle that the comedienne's daughter cannot overcome.
An auction for the belongings of the late Lucille Ball and her second husband is stirring up contention among the couple's heirs.
Heirs of the late Lucille Ball and her second husband are sparring over the planned auction of some of the couple's prized possessions, including a Rolls Royce and some of the actress' awards.
Both Luckinbill and Susie Morton say Ms. Luckinbill was entitled to her mother's personal effects as part of the comedienne's estate planning.
Both Luckinbill and Susie Morton say Luckinbill was entitled to her mother's personal effects as part of the comedienne's estate planning.