Precious pictures of Michael Vick and his baby were recently sold to the highest bidder. The items were located in a storage unit rented by Vick and his children’s mother in Williamsburg, Virginia. The unit had gone unpaid for some time and the company, Iron Bound Mini Storage, auctioned off the contents of the unit for a whopping 10 bucks!
It is not uncommon for people to rent storage units and leave them unattended. Maybe because they can’t pay the bill, or possibly because they just forgot. But you’d think that Mike’s people would have made sure to keep track of his valuable possessions.
The contents of the unit contained pictures of Vick and his son (Mitez), a football signed by Vick to the child which reads “Pooh, Yo Daddy love you!” in addition to other boxes packed with baby clothes, baby furniture and other items believed to be memories of Vick’s first-born boy. (Vick has 3 kids, a boy and 2 girls).
The winner of the bid, Ed Howard, has already made a profit off of his purchase by selling several items on a street corner near the unit. Several photos of the contents below:
I am saddened by the news, however Howard has stated that he plans to hold some of the items and will return them to Vick once he is released from prison. Howard, who’s been interviewed by several television stations states:
“I’d say ‘Hey man here’s your football back that you signed for your boy.’ Seeing that it was their first boy you know that’s probably got a lot of sentimental value to it I’m sure,”