Domestic abuse report and marriage video among items being sold by Axl Rose's ex-wife

Erin Everly is also selling candid pictures of the frontman in bed and in the bath

Domestic abuse report and marriage video among items being sold by Axl Rose's ex-wife

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The ex-wife of Guns N' Roses frontman Axl Rose is selling a number of items from their marriage, including a domestic abuse report filed by the LAPD, at auction.

Erin Everly, who was married to Rose between between 1990 and 1991, is selling a host of items from her past at Julien's Auctions. All of the items come as part of bundles, with the shirt Rose wore in the 'Welcome To The Jungle' music video and a pair of his leather trousers available at the cheaper end of the scale, alongside candid pictures of the frontman in bed and in the bath.

However, for between £1,000-£2,000 fans can purchase a copy of the former couple's marriage certificate, while their wedding video is being offered for the same price. Additionally, a copy of a domestic abuse report filed by the Los Angeles Police Department in 1988 is also available alongside a love letter from Rose to Everly and a receipt for fixing a TV she claims he broke. The report covers an alleged incident in which the victim was kicked and beaten with fists.

Earlier this year, Guns N' Roses guitarist Ron 'Bumblefoot' Thal said that the band are looking forward to making new music, but have not necessarily started recording. Fellow band guitarist Richard Fortus recently said that the follow-up to 2008's 'Chinese Democracy' is mostly finished, but probably won't be released until 2014. However, Thal disputed this and said the band were looking to get a run of live shows out of the way before recording.

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