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Grab a piece from Whitney

Someone's not been paying their bills, and now their stuff is coming up for auction. You'd think with what she's saved on food lately she could
afford her storage bill.

A New Jersey storage company announced it will auction off hundreds of items previously owned by pop star Whitney Houston. The company selling the items, Speed of Sound, said Houston owes an estimated $200,000 in storage fees for the collection, which includes a transparent piano estimated to be worth $300,000 to $400,000 when new.

The items, including costumes, sound equipment, musical instruments, furniture and tools, will be sold Tuesday by A.J. Willner Auctions in Irvington, N.J. More than 300 items of Houston from the My Love Is Your Love 1999 world tour will be auctioned.

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