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Axl Rose’s ex selling wedding video, love letters

Axl Rose’s ex selling wedding video, love letters

FOR SALE: The rocker's ex-wife plans to sell, among other things, a pair of Axl's leather pants. Photo: Associated Press

Axl Rose’s ex-wife is auctioning off the couple’s 1990 marriage certificate and wedding video.

Former model Erin Everly is selling off a series of personal items, also including a domestic abuse report and poems and love letters written by Guns N’ Roses rocker Rose.

The memorabilia will be going under the hammer at an upcoming Julien’s Auctions event in Los Angeles.

Everly is also selling a pair of her ex-husband’s leather pants and the shirt he wore in the “Welcome To The Jungle” video.

The wedding video and marriage certificate alone are expected to fetch upwards of $2,000.

Everly, who inspired Rose to write Guns N’ Roses hit “Sweet Child O’ Mine,” began dating the rocker in the mid-1980s. Their marriage only lasted a few months.

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