The band triumph over return of memorabilia…

U2 have triumphed in their court battle for the return of memorabilia which they accused a former stylist of stealing.

Speaking today at Dublin’s Circuit Court (July 5), Judge Matthew Deery said that he preferred the evidence singer Bono gave over Lola Cashman’s testimony that the items had been given as gifts.

According to BBC News, the judge ordered Cashman to return the items – including earrings and a Stetson hat – within the next seven days.

Neither U2 or Cashman were present in court to hear the decision.

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