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BONO WANTS HIS CLOTHES BACK

U2 has no sympathy for a devil of a crew member. The Dublin-based rock band went to court Tuesday to stop former stylist Lola Cashman from peddling memorabilia she amassed during her work on the 1987 Joshua Tree world tour. (In 2002 Cashman tried to sell some items — including a cowboy hat, sweatshirt and earrings worn by Bono — at a London auction house, but was stymied by U2's lawyers.) Until this bloody mess is sorted out, an acrylic U2 keychain bottle opener can be yours for a mere $4.50 (plus exorbitant postage) if you run to eBay now.

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U2 has no sympathy for a devil of a crew member. The Dublin-based rock band went to court Tuesday to stop former stylist Lola Cashman from peddling memorabilia she amassed during her work on the 1987 Joshua Tree world tour. (In 2002 Cashman tried to sell some items — including a cowboy hat, sweatshirt and earrings worn by Bono — at a London auction house, but was stymied by U2's lawyers.) Until this bloody mess is sorted out, an acrylic U2 keychain bottle opener can be yours for a mere $4.50 (plus exorbitant postage) if you run to eBay now.