June 9, 2008 19:18

Paramore personal belongings auctioned online

Haley Williams' ex-step-father touting her stuff

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The ex-step-father of diminutive emo-princess Haley Williams has listed the singer’s personal belongings for sale on eBay.

The listing was for a ‘handwritten book’ that the Paramore singer wrote as a child, and she admits that it is indeed authentic.

In a blog posted online entitled ‘ebay revenge’, Williams writes:

“i saw that post someone made about the "handwritten book" on ebay. yes, it's mine. hahah. i don't remember being a sad child but i definitely loved horror films at a really young age. i guess that was reflected in this particular assignment. anyway, that's not exactly what i'm posting about. i'm actually posting about the seller of this item. it happens to be my ex-stepfather. who is... well... insane, hence the reason he is my EX-stepfather. so, while i can laugh at the fact that a bit of my past has surfaced, i have to admit i felt like throwin shit when i saw the username. to be honest, i'd love to post his full name. where he works. possibly a phone number??? then all of you could show him what it feels like when your personal life is out there for everyone to put their hands on. fortunately for him... living with him for 7 years wasn't quite enough to make me turn out just like him... or was it? don't buy it. i'm gonna buy it. hahaha.
Hayley”

She then added what appears to be the sellers phone number. The listing has since been removed from eBay.

Meanwhilen Paramore are currently on tour in Europe and will return to the US for the Vans Warped Tour in July. After their Warped stint they will head out on The Final Riot! tour with Jack’s Mannequin, Paper Route and Phantom Planet.

--By our New York staff.
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