The LeBron James pendant story gets crazier and crazier by the day.
If you don't know the whole story, here's the short version: Woman buys LeBron pendant for $5 at garage sale. Turns out the trinket is made of real diamonds and is worth $10,000. She puts it up for sale on eBay.
Then, Maverick Carter allegedly contacts the woman claiming that the pendant is his. She shows up to a house where he and LeBron are supposed to be. Neither of them are there. Instead, there's a group of people who pressure her, subtlety of course, to hand over Maverick's ugly bauble.
There. You are officially caught up.
A couple of days ago Jimmy Traina linked to an authentic foil replica of the pendant on eBay with actual bids for over $9,000 (pictured at top right).
It's only getting stranger. Check eBay now and you'll find the following items.
Another foil LeBron pendant with the warning to buyers to beware of fakes and impostors. This one is obviously the real deal, though it's only going for $1 right now.
This drawing on a piece of paper of the pendant, an item which is currently up to $7.46 in bidding.
And this guy's picture under an auction for a LeBron James pendant. This lovely gentleman has set the initial bidding on his item to $1,000,000. You have to love the internet.