Whitney Houston’s Driver’s License, Credit Cards, & Other Personal Items Go Up For Auction Today

Some of Whitney Houston’s personal belongings go up for auction today at the Heritage Auction House in Beverly Hills. The late singer’s first US passport, driver’s license, credit cards, and custom-made designer clothing are included in the lot. However, the most controversial item that Heritage tried to sling is the Emmy Award Houston won in 1986 for her Grammy performance of “Saving All My Love For You.” TMZ reports that the Academy Of Television Arts & Sciences filed a lawsuit on Wednesday against the auction house on the grounds that selling the Emmy would violate the academy policy that the award must be returned to them if the winner or winner’s heir no longer wants it. A fan already bid $10,000 for the trophy, but a federal court judge shut down the sale and Heritage plans to return the Emmy to the academy.