Linda Hogan, 53, is determined to retrieve lost family items that are being sold on internet auction website eBay.
Linda Hogan is furious after various family heirlooms appeared for sale on eBay.
Hulk Hogan's ex-wife is determined to retrieve the lost items that have surfaced on the internet auction website from the seller who she insists has no right to be making money from the possessions.
Family treasures including pictures of son Nick Hogan's christening, a CD of daughter Brooke Hogan's first single and a cake statue of the family are being sold.
Linda told TMZ: ''No family photos were ever given to anyone. I would never give away baby pictures of my kids!''
The 53-year-old wants the items back free of charge and said she won't make a bid on any of them because she ''doesn't know how to use eBay''.
The seller claims he found items at a local charity shop, and Linda believes removal men may have mistakenly dumped the goods after she asked them to take them storage to Goodwill two months ago.
Linda appeared in the reality series 'Hogan Knows Best' with pro wrestling legend Hulk before divorcing him after 26 years marriage in 2009.
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