Madonna expressed herself — and her words are coming back to bite her.
Lawyers for a former friend of the “Vogue” star claim in court papers filed Friday that Madonna’s own testimony tears apart her argument that personal items put up for auction, including a hairbrush, a pair of underwear and a note from Tupac Shakur, were stolen by art consultant Darlene Lutz.
Asked if she has “any good-faith basis” for her allegations that Lutz stole her skivvies, Madonna responds: “I do not,” according to court papers.
“(S)he now admits — and for good reason — that none of the items at issue was stolen,” the document reads.
The Material Girl confessed that she mailed the undies to ex-boyfriend Peter Shue.
Madonna sued Gotta Have It! online auction house in July, barring it from putting the private items up for bid.
The new court documents filed in Manhattan Supreme Court also reveal that Lutz received several of the contentious items from Madonna’s brother.