Roger Stone Is Desperate for Cash and Still Selling Autographed Rocks


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Last-minute holiday shoppers can breathe easy: Roger Stone’s one-day auction of rocks, NFTs, and private phone calls with his friends has been extended indefinitely.

Stone, a longtime GOP operator and friend of Donald Trump, was subpoenaed last month for documents and testimony related to the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. Separately, he is facing a federal lawsuit over an alleged $2 million in unpaid taxes. This month, Stone announced that he’d be auctioning off personal memorabilia from noon to midnight on Dec. 19. With items unsold, he says he’s extending his sale of autographed rocks and pictures of Trump.

“The auction has not concluded and it concluded and it continues,” Stone told The Daily Beast on Wednesday.

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