This Is Your Last Chance to Own (or Gift!) a Piece of Koss Embezzlement History

As you know, convicted embezzling-mother-of-all-hoarders, Sue Sachdeva, had a bit of a shopping problem. She did her damnedest to spend all of $30+ million that she stole from headphone cobbler Koss, but now that she's resting comfortably in Danbury, all that loot needs a home. Back in December, we were tipped to an auction that was unloading much of her wardrobe including plenty of fancy undergarments. This spring, we've received word of the last fire sale being hosted (I'll explain) by Ivana's Trunk in Mequon, Wisconsin, and the items available will be perfect for wedding season. 

High-End Luxury Couture Discounted 50-75% off retail prices including: housewares, china, crystal, sterling silver, furniture/decorative items, linens, shoes, clothing, luggage, electronics, figurines, and art. Many items still in the original packaging.

St. John Couture Home, Jay Strongwater, Daum Crystal, Waterford, Michael Wainwright, L'Objet, Arthur Court, Nambe, Kim Seybert, Michael Aram, Le Creuset, and Bodum. Sferra Linens. Clothing by Chanel, St. John Couture, Peggy Jennings, and LaFayette 128. Shoes by Manolo Blahnik, Michael Kors, Stuart Weitzman, Donald Pliner, and Bettye Muller. Tumi, Bric, and Fendi Luggage. Lladro Figurines.
The sale runs from April 20th to April 22nd, and as for the location, well, it's currently being kept secret for "security reasons" and it will be released on April 15th on Ivana's website and in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's classifieds. This seems odd, but it's possible that there could be a bum-rush by the Koss family who is looking to recoup some of the loot and then mark it up at their own spring garage sale. It's a theory anyway.

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