Former Hollywood madam Heidi Fleiss' infamous "black book" has been withdrawn from an eBay auction, reports the NY Daily News.
The lot (which was last seen in an LA evidence locker) reportedly contains the names of hundreds of powerful figures who used Fleiss' prostitution service during the 1990s.
The sale attracted a huge amount of press, with the consignor offering 10 original pages from the book and 28 copies.
Bidding was due to start at $75,000. It's unknown why the lot was taken down.
Fleiss insisted she had nothing to do with the sale, telling TMZ: "It's very disturbing. I've never sold my book, given my book [or] authorized anyone to have my book."
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